Hey Fisheaters! Do the homework
The premise here is that the old religion is not the same as the new, and that as time has passed since the year of grace 1965, the rift between the two religions competing for space within the same Church has grown wider.
What we used to call “Catholicism” must now be distinguished from the interloper by calling it “traditional” Catholicism, or “Traditionalism.” It is not going to be the task of this publication to explain this over and over for every new reader who happens along. If you don’t understand this distinction, there are places on the internet that have explained it very thoroughly.
One of the best of these is the website called Fisheaters, where they have a 101 page. Go there, do the required reading, then come back here and you may understand better one of our constant taglines: “Novusordoism isn’t Catholicism.”