Well, I'll say the Pope hasn't fully completed his swing yet, so the jury is still out (to mix and match metaphors).
I will cautiously say that while Christians should of course always emphasize God's love, they should also make sure they do not ignore the greatest evils facing their time, or bury their heads in the sand.
For example, Christians faced with Hitler and the Nazis, or Stalin and the Communists, would have been wrong to have kept quiet about those monstrous evils during those times, and only talk about the love of Jesus. Strongly opposing those evils actually demonstrated the love of Jesus.
The same rule applies to the greatest evils of today, such as the hideous, monstrous act of baby killing. And if we really love and care about homosexuals, we will proclaim loudly and clearly that the Bible calls homosexual behavior "an abomination", and St. Paul plainly says that homosexuals will not make it into the kingdom of God (with the implication being that that is true, barring repentence and God's forgiveness, of course). (See Leviticus 18:22, 1 Corinthians 6:9-10)
(Also see “Catechism of the Catholic Church” paragraphs 2357, 2358, and 2359.)
That was so until Blessed John Paul II came on the scene in leadership in Poland and the Solidary movement took off. The rest is history.