Is there something in particular that you would like to point out?
I hope not. That is a Novus Ordo website that teaches modernist, Novus Ordo ideas on matrimony.
Epiphany, I'm not sure where you're coming from, but in Vatican 2 there were a lot of teachings of the Church that were thrown out by modernists. That includes a lot of teachings on the sacraments, including the sacraments themselves.
Traditional Catholics are called that because they reject these changes to the teaching and practice of the Church.
That's what we are talking about when we talk about Novus Ordo errors on matrimony. They changed how matrimony works (or attempted to change it, since no one can actually do such a thing). Those changes include new teachings on annulments and what constitutes the conditions for a valid marriage.
So, to know what the Church actually
teaches on matrimony, you have to look at sources from before Vatican 2. That's why I and a few others in this thread have been quoting theologians and Fathers of the Church. That's where you will get the traditional Catholic teaching on matrimony.
I am curious why you post a Novus Ordo-era website espousing Novus Ordo errors as a response to what we have cited in this discussion.