The other thing I like about the table discussion is that the wonderful aspects of this exhortation are a large part of the conversation. This is what will last. Another pope will clarify the very ambiguous and incoherent parts at some future time and any confusion resulting from this for bishops, priests and laity will be taken care of by the Holy Spirit. It is God's Church and we are His people after all is said and done. Faith, hope and love are central to Catholicism.
Finally, I must say I have had numerous conversations with Catholics who take their faith very seriously but know the complexity of family and human life. They are very pleased with a pastoral approach that is not rigid or places "form" over people and their injuries or peccadilloes.
This discussion lasts about an hour but it is well worth watching. I recommend its hermenuetic for the hysterical weak of faith: