So the Church's visibility is gone, then?
You said that, not I, but in that vein, do you look upon the conciliar entity which is built upon error and heresy and say, Ah! there is the visible Church of God on Earth?
I believe that Athanasius said the "they
have the buildings, but we
have the Faith" He obviously did not see the "we" as the same thing as the "they". The difference was discerned, one had the Catholic Faith, the others did not. Those who remained faithful to Christ's Holy Doctrine were the Catholic Church, hence, those who departed from it could not be.
A thing is what it is. It cannot be something else at the same time.
And if this figurative church of the New Advent, is indeed the true and visible Catholic Church, then no one has the right to dissent from this Church in practice or in doctrine.
If the Vatican II was a valid council of the Catholic Church, then one cannot pick and choose line by line what can be accepted and what cannot. That would be a schismatic action on that person's part.