Maybe I'm still hung up on the whole 'unity' thing and the 'visibility' marks (Matt 5:14-15) and that's why I'm not 100% certain? I mean, I have a hard time understanding how we can be fractious and still be "Catholic" and how this is any different that what Protestants do. However, the other part of me feels like I'm just stating the obvious. That is, Trads aren't welcome, they're 'tolerated' and usually they're not even tolerated. So I'm not leaving, the rest of the Church is or has departed from the Traditional Catholic Faith (IMO). I'm not 'un-Catholic,' I'm just 'Catholic,' and this indifferentism in the guise of ecumenism (unless you're a Traditional Catholic btw), the ecumenism itself, and the 'innovations' are the departure from the Faith, not the SSPX, not the Trads...
You can't be too far off because Pope S. Pius X agrees
with you. It is precisely because of Catholic indifference that this crisis has spread so far, that heresy is so rampant, and that the Church is in the lamentable condition in which we find Her today. We mustn't be part of that indifference, of that negligence, or of that compromise while hiding behind the mask of obedience to fallible men promoting their errors via a fallible teaching capacity.
"To the laws of evolution everything is subject - dogma, Church, worship, the Books we revere as sacred, even faith itself, and the penalty of disobedience is death." (Pope S. Pius X, Pascendi Dominici Gregis