Your Bible quotes are not relevant to your main argument. But you do raise serious points.
Catholics cannot divorce. There is no way a married Catholic can get a divorce recognised by the Church, except possibly by the Petrine or Pauline privilege.
I see in a previous post in CAF that if either party is Catholic a civil marriage is not valid, unless a dispensation has been granted by a bishop.
While a spouse lives a married Catholic cannot remarry. However, if there was no marriage, where an annulment is given, Catholics are free to marry.
However, are annulments sometimes fictions?
One must always remember the Church’s power of the keys.
Amen, I say to you, whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven. (Matt. 18:18 NAB)
You wrote ‘Truth can ONLY be TRUTH’, Can God change truth?
Your post raises huge issues. Do you disagree with the Pope and Amoris Laetitia?
There is need for a fundamental reappraisal of our beliefs and practices, which should be accompanied by prayer and study.