I bet it's not as much of a problem among Trad Catholics, or those on CathInfo, but in the Modern World almost everyone is guilty of this.
Imagine watching a documentary on early computers, how men in white labcoats built computers by hand out of discrete components, and these computers were often quite large. They didn't have monitors, much less high-end graphics cards.
And so most moderns look down on this age, these people, and their accomplishments. Most of them joke about how those computers couldn't run Mincraft or Fortnight, which is said in jest, but many a truth is said in jest. I don't think most moderns consider these pioneers to be superior to themselves. But they should.
A few brighter bulbs admit that they were pioneers, that without them we wouldn't have our $400 super PCs and smartphones today.
But here's my point:
That nerd in the 1970s who built a Z80 computer kit BY HAND with a soldering gun, who understood all the elements that went into a computer (CPU, data bus, address bus, I/O, RAM, ROM, memory addressing, digital logic gates, etc.) is actually SUPERIOR to the Millennial with his pocket-sized-supercomputer.
How can this be?
Simple. To the Millennial, that iPhone or Samsung Android smartphone is magic. Sure, he won't call it magic, but as far as understanding any of it, it might as well be magic to him. It's only because his teachers/parents taught him there's no such thing as magic. But he didn't make that advanced supercomputer (called a "smartphone"), nor does he understand the first bit about how it works or how it was made. All he did was literally flip burgers for 2 weeks, went to a T-Mobile, and plunked down a pile of cash.
But although that nerd's homebrew Z80 computer is far, far less capable -- at least he understands it. He can program it. He can fix it. He can add functionality to it with further design work and buying a few more chips.
Send the entire staff of Intel AND the entire staff of AMD back to 1860, and I kid you not they wouldn't be able to produce a single CPU. The infrastructure simply wouldn't be there. You need advanced computers to design modern CPUs!
When the lights first went on in the United States, when Thomas Edison began building his hundreds of power plants, the people were actually more advanced than us in many ways. They had alternatives for *everything* we use electricity for today -- they did things for themselves, knew how to make things by hand, or they comfortably went without. Imagine if electricity was taken back away from us -- it would spell the end for most people.