I’m not talking about young people.
Actually, many of the boomers, as you refer to them, are still married. It’s people in the next generation (their children, who are in their 30s or 40s now) who received no religious instruction, thanks to Vatican II, and got no moral or ethical formation.
I think that those from that intermediate generation who got enough wisdom to stick it out and remain Catholic, even if their marriage collapsed at some point, should be reconciled.
And then we have to start afresh and make it clear that this is not ok.
That’s not what I’m seeing at all. The folks after the boomers are more likely to get and stay married. It’s still the boomers that are trying to change things at least where I am. :(