Vatican Radio published an interview with Executive Director of Courage, Fr. Philip Bochanski.
Cardinal Cooke began the apostolate in 1980 ... going out to the 'peripheries' 40 years ago.
Courage apostolate has developed and remains the premiere organized ministry to persons with homosexual inclination in the Catholic Church.
The Church knows about Courage. The Pope knows about Courage. There has been and is support and direction for those who are willing to go there.
I seriously do not know what Catholics are complaining about feeling rejected and excluded from Christ's Church. A sense of alienation in a particular group or parish community is understandable - especially if one remains outside looking in. That is surmountable however.
If a person does not want to join a group or seek support from a group such as Courage, the Sacraments are enough - the Church is enough.
Along with all Christians, people with homosexual tendencies are called to live chastely, each according to his condition and state of life, and by the support of disinterested friendship, by prayer and sacramental grace, gradually and resolutely approach Christian perfection. - VR
You can trust the Church. Just be careful who you trust in the Church.