With all these accusations of “schismatic” and “conspiracy theorist” being hurled from normy Catholics to traditional Catholics, let’s see what St. Thomas Aquinas has to say:

The sin of unbelief, which fundamentally severs a man from the unity of the Church, simply speaking, makes him to be utterly unfit for receiving this sacrament of the Eucharist because it is the sacrament of the Church’s unity.”—St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica 3.80.5ad2

This means that sins against the Deposit of the Faith unchanged from Apostolic times is more what separates a Catholic from worthiness to receive the Eucharist than fighting for reform within the hierarchy.  (In fact, fighting for Church reform comes from union with the Eucharist, at least when done in charity.) The above quote from St. Thomas Aquinas also shows that com-union among Catholics is based in supernatural faith in the deposit of faith, not capricious adherence to random rules of jurisprudence.  Of course, there shouldn’t be a rub at all between the two.   But I think the solution to this “rub” is found in Our Lady of Fatima warning us of an apostasy from the top-down.  Although I linked this older video before, I now re-emphasize that I believe this video explains what is happening in the Church and State in 2021, even more than before when I last linked it:

(Hey, Fatima Center, if you ever re-make this movie, please drop the hour long drone of horror-movie music.)