I have no use for so-called Traditionalism and all its chapels and feuding societies and TLMs. I think that it is all a horrible mistake. I think that I put it best when I said that what is wrong with the Traditionalist religion, which was created in the early 1970s, is that it brings poor disoriented souls all over the Catholic historical map.
The point of 'TLM', The Holy Mass, is that this is what Catholics do. It's the point of the Catholic priesthood. The Eucharist is at the very heart of The Church. It IS God. That's not so in the Pauline services, as few even claim at this point. The point of the SSPV and certain independents is that - this is what The Church has always taught. Listen to their sermons on wftsradio.com. This is just classic Catholic teaching.
What we see in the seizure of the formerly Catholic institutions by Roman Protestants is something that was foretold. It was similarly foretold that a remant would be disorganized, leaderless, and generally mistrustful of each other. That does tend to describe the situation.
There still needs to be a shakeout of various orders, particularly the SSPX. Fellay has his agenda. And it cannot be followed by faithful Catholics. So some will have to leave, as the SSPV before. Other 'indult' orders may have those who would indeed confess Catholicism, at this point, if they broke clean. And some 'indy's need to re-assess their views. And so on.
But as a larger core of priest and bishops come together, the next step, while there still will be disagreement and accusations, and all sort of orders and groups, would be to continue The Vatican Council of the 19th century, which was interrupted. And they can also then put to rest the phony Vatican II, in the process. Dogma needs to be reasserted. The heresy needs to be put down, even if it's some time before Catholics return to the Vatican (that will probably take an external intervention by force, not from the orders themselves). And we still await a Pope. We need to elect a Pope. How God moves him back to the Vatican, if He does, that I don't know. But if Providence seems to open the way to a council, that would at least answer which side one is on, regardless of the heresy and apostacy of the Roman Protestants.
So . . anyhow.