They will get their way eventually because no one wants to form priests individually...
"No one wants to form priests individually, and that is how it should be." - the Catholic Church.
Seriously, the Catholic Church has formally ruled on this matter, invoking the infallible protection of the Holy Ghost. In the Council of Trent (adjective: Tridentine), which is an ecumenical council that Traditional Catholics venerate, mandated that from now on, priests are to be formed in special houses of formation called seminaries
This was in response to all the ignorance, abuses, etc. in the 15th century, when the "apprenticeship" method was tried. Priests were poorly and inadequately trained, ended up teaching material or formal heresy with regards to many theological points, and were also scandalous in their morality. They were extremely ignorant about the Faith, much less theology or philosophy. Several had part-time or full-time jobs, and many of these were also living in sin with women. It was a mess.
The Holy Ghost, in the Council of Trent, remedied that situation with the new requirement of "seminaries" to form priests in the future.
Any so-called "Traditional Catholic" who tries to dispense with seminaries, even in an emergency situation, should at least stop and think about it for a couple hours. The Church made this move for a reason!
Priests are important, and we need them, yes. But a bad priest or poorly formed priest, or a priest who still has attachments to mortal sin, is worse than no priest at all! In other words, there are worse things than not having a priest. Again, this is the mind of the Church, not the personal opinion of Matthew (which is worthless).
Fr. Cekada did have a good point about this (usually I disagree with him): that a TRIDENTINE PRIEST should be formed at a TRIDENTINE SEMINARY. If we adhere to the Council of Trent when it comes to our Mass, why not adhere to the same Council when it comes to how our priest(s) must be formed?