As Catholics - though it can be frustrating - we need to give people the benefit of the doubt in assuming two things: 1) they are ignorant, and 2) they are suffering.
After Paul VI became the Archhbishop of Milan, he spent 100 hour weeks touring his archdiocese and gaining a rapport with the people. Milan was a stronghold for the communist party in the aftermath of WW2 for Italy, and he is noted for saying, “It is a sad thing for a man to be a communist. He must have suffered greatly to freely accept what offers him so little dignity”.
The world is a cacophony of misinformation and confusion. The world has failed people in many ways. They stumble through the dark and navigate with only stray beams of light in their life here and there. It is an unspeakable privilege to be a Catholic that is an ardent lover of the faith, and to understand you are surrounded by beauty with every breath. Only a few ever find this. You must be patient with them.
Also, though I won’t say that “Facebook is dumb”, it is generally a poor medium for serious reflection & discussion. People are mostly there to share fun stuff and keep in touch.