No, that is not what I said. I do not ascribe to the Sola Fide argument. Although it seems that is what you may have preferred that I say.
I stated that the Baptism is still valid. That is hardly a news bulletin and is the position of all traditional orders. It is also commonly known that in an emergency even the laity can Baptize.
Of course it is preferable to have a legit priest for confession and particularly for extreme unction. But it has been the long standing teaching of the Church that a perfect act of contrition is acceptable to God. That does not diminish the sacraments, it is what the Church has always taught.
Ok, what about Holy Communion for example? Where do sedevacantists can take a visible, tangible, physical host if there are not valid priests anywhere?
Do we agree that the physical host for the Catholic means Our Lord Himself. Not in spirit but in actual matter? Do we agree that you need to take this Eucharist in order to be saved? And actual host administered by a valid priest?
"Then Jesus said to them: Amen, amen I say unto you: Except you eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, you shall not have life in you" John 6:53
What I am seeing here is that Malleus01 thinks that The Holy Mass and Sacraments are still available. Please PM and tell me where exactly can I find them. I am on the position that I definitely need the sacraments in order to be saved, only dispensed by the Holy Catholic Church.
Jerry seems to be more of the position that it is "preferable" to have valid Sacraments but if not, it is not a big deal, given that one holds the true Faith in their hearts. Again, that creates an invisible Church of only souls but not bodies, because there are not tangible sacraments.