Not really. One of the conditions of the indult is that you accept all of Vat2. Talking to NO catholics is worst then talking to Protestants. If your Indult group were openly critical see how fast you would lose your Mass. They will consider you 'more catholic than the pope'.
And we should accept a legitimate Council of the Church, properly understood in light of all that came before it. The Church did not begin in 1962, and we can't treat Vatican II, especially with its ambiguous language, as somehow trumping the centuries before it. The documents themselves can be interpreted in an orthodox manner, with the proper qualifications and definitions of terms - the Holy Ghost wouldn't allow otherwise. But they can be interpreted in a modernist light, too, and they were written for the modernists to exploit after the Council.
And our priest has given sermons critical of things the Church is doing today, and he's even referenced Deuteronomy in calling it an "abomination" for women to wear men's clothing, i.e. pants. Nobody from the bishop's office has tried to shut him up - in fact, we gained three more days for the indult, plus a beautiful chapel at a local hospital for the other three.
I have always been taught that the church, and this includes every parish is the Mystical Body of Christ.
When a part of your body is sick it affects the whole body not just a specific area. The Modernism in the church is like a cancer. Even if your parish is 100% orthodox doesn't mean every parish in your diocese is.
So? There's been sin and heresy in the Church since, well, since Peter denied Christ on Good Friday. That doesn't mean we start looking elsewhere.
Since Vat2 sin has become 'relative'. 'Relative' to your social and personnel position, instead of personnel as all 10 commandments apply. For example we are to keep holy the sabbath. The church since its beginnings has changed the sabbath to Sunday. The commandment doesn't say say keep the sabbath when it is convient, it says keep the sabbath.
I don't like the anticipated Mass on Saturday, either, but the Church approved it. The Ten Commandments, as part of the Old Law, no longer apply to Christians. What does apply is divine law, which includes the obligation to not kill, not steal, not commit adultery, and, most importantly, to worship God. The Sabbath is still Saturday, which is why the Latin for that day is "Sabbato" rather than "Feria septima". But the Church has changed the day on which we are to worship God from the Sabbath to the Lord's Day.
Because sin has become 'relative', people can rationalize anything away. I compare the going to the Indult mentality with the Pro-choice mentality. You personally don't agree but you feel others are free to make their choices.
No, I feel we have an obligation to stay within the Church and Church-approved structures wherever possible. Besides, what are we going to do about others? Tie up everyone who goes to the NO and force them to attend the TLM? Of course not. They shouldn't be free to make that choice - the Church should abolish the NO and bring back the TLM - but, in the meantime, all we can do, besides prayer, is to explain to them why the TLM is better, and then it's up to them and God.