I found this as I was searching for the meaning of radical traditionalist. While the term may have negative connotations, I kind of like it. Our Blessed Lord calls us to be radical, we are called to take up our crosses daily and follow him. In the world we live in, this is a very radical concept and a hard one to follow. Here is a cool website I found and the results I got.
You scored as Traditional Catholic.
You look at the great piety and holiness of the Church before the Second Vatican Council and the decay of belief and practice since then, and see that much of the decline is due to failed reforms based on the “Spirit of the Council”. You regret the loss of vast numbers of Religious and Ordained clergy and the widely diverging celebrations of the Mass of Pope Paul VI, which often don’t even seem to be Catholic anymore. You are helping to rebuild this past culture in one of the many new Traditional Latin Mass communities or attend Eastern Catholic Divine Liturgy. You seek refuge from the world of pornography, recreational drugs, violence, and materialism. You are an articulate, confident, committed, and intelligent Catholic. But do you support legitimate reform of the Church, and are you willing to submit to the directives of the Second Vatican Council? Will you cooperate responsibly with others who are not part of the Traditional community? saint-louis.blogspot.com - Rome of the West
Traditional Catholic 93%
Radical Catholic 67%
New Catholic 59%
Evangelical Catholic 43%
Neo-Conservative Catholic 38%
Liberal Catholic 2%
Lukewarm Catholic 0%
It asks a few questions there at the end that I will answer here.
But do you support legitimate reform of the Church, and are you willing to submit to the directives of the Second Vatican Council?
The key word here is legitimate. What needed reforming? There are good things that came out of the Council, there are also not so good things that are done in the name of the Council. I would like to see those not so good things changed.
Will you cooperate responsibly with others who are not part of the Traditional community?
It depends on the motives of the others I am to cooperate with. If their motives are good and Holy, then yes. If they have an obvious agenda other than supporting the Church, then absolutely not.[Before anyone gets upset, please read the key words there, obvious and agenda]