Harry there are some priests that live the high life in Poland, as well as other countries that have a strong Catholic presence - like in LATAM or Africa. If a priest has a large parish and decides to keep some of that money for himself, it's no surprise that a priest can afford a luxury lifestyle. Look at even that one TV preacher in the US - dude is worth some $40 million and has 3 elevators in his house granted he's not Roman Catholic so their clergies' customs and practices. I know of one priest in Poland that likes to go out on Fridays and Saturdays in civilian clothes and take his Bentley out for a spin. However, for that one black sheep, I personally know around a dozen that truly live by their faith and practice what they preach. Not all priests, imams, rabbis are scum - most are very devoted and live according to what's expected of clergy within that religion.
NGOs are effectively Trojan horses trying to smuggle in anti-family pro-pervert-genderist notions
Absolutely. At least there aren't the Muslim 'charities' collecting money for terrorist groups in Poland.... yet..
"You're no father and you can't be because according to the records you don't have a church wedding and whoever doesn't have a church wedding cannot be a father"
A Catholic priest can decide who is and who is not buried in a Catholic cemetery - that is totally up to the owners of the cemetery and their representatives. I'm sure that there are many other cemeteries that would accept the child. Catholic priests would often refuse to bury high profile crime figures in Catholic cemeteries even if that person went through baptism, communion, confirmation, etc.
Why are the gays, bis, trannies, etc. essentially forcing that private institutions accept them? I remember one particular case where a baker refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. That is the business owner's right - if he wants to refuse service to someone then he has that right!
If you don't want to stir up a commotion with a private business, i.e. a cemetery or a bakery, then use the public one as they will be more catering to your beliefs.
If a business owner wishes to refuse service based on their own personal philosophies that is his or her right. Just as it would be a LGBT private business owners' right to cater exclusively to the LGBT community. Open a 'gay friendly' cemetary if you don't like the way Catholic ones treat you - or use the public one...