I didn't call you an apologist. I labeled, correctly, the catechism you've cited as apologia.
I will leave you with a quote from Men In Black.
A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.
Any individual Christian I come across, I can likely find some common ground with and relate with them as an individual and not hate them, even if i disagree with their theology and cosmology.
Christians, writ large, are the largest force working against many of the public health goals that would see human suffering reduced to levels that were unimaginable for the vast majority of all of human history, because of their high levels of participation in national and international politics.
Both of these things can be true simultaneously. Reprehensible group behavior, like voting against the recognition of LGBT+ people as people, is the aggregate of choices made and actions taken by individuals.