On your first point - I've taken guidance from my parish priest and he, with a certain authority - being a priest - tells me that any such remarriage, if all the correct procedural steps are taken - would be valid. So validity isn't the issue.
OK, if he say so. If this is what Vatican say then every priest in Poland must abide. This is hierarchic institution and they are not allowed to have different opinion. However you never know, some might be quite ignorant, especially in rural areas. If I would meet a priest who would refuse then I would complain to bishop about his behaviour.
Rubbish lesser, the marriage was not blessed by catholic church, civil marriage is not seen as binding they can marry and it will be valid, also priesthood will be very helpfull and acomodating in a big city, sure he might have to bribe some old fart but thats our priests for you, full of shit and pictures of naked little boys.
You quote me, saying that I don't know. If I don't know then I don't know. So how on earth my stance is rubbish?
I doubt that you have authority to comment about such issues. However I noticed that you have no problems to make claims about energetics knowing nothing about the subject.
I see that you have nice opinion about our church. This is indeed very "Catholic" to bribe a priest. As I wrote earlier, priest that don't abide to the rules should be reported to his bishop.
I don't really want to get drawn into the rights and wrongs of the catholic faith, because for sure there are many wrongs, but I think you're right...it's about a pragmatic approach to faith...i certainly hope so anyway.
You have strange approach. There is nothing wrong about Catholic faith, just individuals have problems to stick to it.