I’ve already edited my previous post, so you should recognize that I’m willing to consider new information. If you don’t mind, there’s a question I’d like to ask you. Do the Servants of the Holy Family teach that the sacrament of Confirmation gives us the grace to avoid dangers to our salvation, including the Novus Ordo and churches without communion rails?
Edit: it’s not surprising that you couldn’t answer my question, given what we can find on the official Youtube channel of the Servants of the Holy Family: https://youtu.be/NfRKdY8O0pA?t=27m43s
“‘Why should all Catholics be Confirmed? All Catholics should be Confirmed in order to be strengthened against the dangers to salvation and be prepared better to defend their Catholic faith.’… this is a very great and powerful sacrament that helps us to defend our faith and to defend ourselves and those we know—friends, family—from the dangers towards salvation, wherever they may be…so, a person who for example, goes into a church, a local parish church, and sees things that are foreign to him or her…like virtually all the statues have been removed and grotesque images are in its place…and there’s no communion rail, or if they happen to go to a…(long pause)…so called “Mass”, or a worship service, they’re in shock or horrified…it is their faith, but especially Confirmation, that makes them realize, “This is not of God…I’m getting out of here.” And they walk out. And that’s the smart thing to do. And that’s what Christians have done through 2,000 years.”
There is a very good reason why the Servants operate without diocesan approval, and it is disingenuous on your part to hide their views, which most of the posters on this forum would find unappealing, to say the least.