Dr Bobus
If private judgment can determine marital validity, then there's no reason to have a religious wedding. On the other hand, Civil ceremony yes because of property rights.
K.Kobold
There are three problems with the cardinal's opinion:

1. Without a declaration of nullity from a tribunal judge or bishop, no one can marry in a Catholic Church. Therefore, no such second marriage can be valid.

2. Does anyone know the grounds that are used today to declare marriages null? Arguments like lack of due discretion, psychological incapacity, failure to form a communion of life, …More
There are three problems with the cardinal's opinion:

1. Without a declaration of nullity from a tribunal judge or bishop, no one can marry in a Catholic Church. Therefore, no such second marriage can be valid.

2. Does anyone know the grounds that are used today to declare marriages null? Arguments like lack of due discretion, psychological incapacity, failure to form a communion of life, exclusion of partnership. . . .

Declarations of Nullity themselves are a joke.

3. If it's all right to decide for oneself whether or not one is married, it's all right to decide all moral issues based on what one "feels". We've had enough of this Freudism. It's time to return to God.
MonkChanan
A majority of the Hierarchy have joined the Great Apostasy & have shown themselves to be but courtiers, hirelings, quizlings, and weasels...
aderito
Resist heresy ,even if it comes from a pope cardinal or clergy
mccallansteve
Private judgement : The protestantization of the Church is complete! RIP Catholic Church.
HerzMariae
Question: The pastoral-application guidelines of Amoris laetitia of the Buenos Aires bishops, which were praised by the Pontiff, have been published in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis. How do you rate them?

Answer Müller: "This is an issue on which I would not like to comment."