Feast Of SAINT HILARY (468 A.D.) & SAINT ROMANUS (460 A.D.)
If the priests in the NO after VII believe the Mass is the Last Supper vs The Sacrifice on Calvary, and
Since those priests are mostly those that became Bishops,
Then it can be argued that the NO Holy Orders have doubtful validity, because even if:
~ the Form is valid
~ the Matter is valid
~ the Priest is valid
~ these Bishops do not INTEND to do what the Church intends to do, since their idea of a Priest is more along the lines of a Protestant Minister ordained to celebrate a Protestant Service, and not one who is ordained to offer The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
Bringing us back to the statement in the Regina Coeli Report:
"Truth is not firstly a question of words but of the ideas for which the words stand."
~ meaning the Truth of the "word" Priest and the idea for which that word stands for.