Catholics have regularly disagreed on various points of doctrine throughout history. We owe assent ultimately only to the Magisterium, not to individual bishops or priests who lack jurisdiction or teaching authority. Someone could be mostly aligned with the Resistance and yet disagree with something that one of the Resistance bishops says or believes. To say that this is Protestantism, I don't even know what to say to that.
So I must break communion with an entire group because I don't agree with one or two points that are not de fide and which Catholics in good faith are entitled to disagree about?
I don’t disagree with what you say here and as I said my criticism isn’t directed at you. To reiterate- certain Resistance faithful have criticized the Society for not re-ordaining all NO priests who come in. The Society’s policy on this point is based on a position that comes from a priest who’s now a Resistance Dominican and seminary professor. All I’m saying is that if the Society’s attitude on the New Rites are grounds for leaving it ( and encouraging others to) the faithful who do so should avoid the Resistance as well ( if they wish to be consistent)
The disagreements between the Society and the Resistance are largely over words (and of course personalities), not anything serious or substantial