Here is the summary of what the Catechism says about the One Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church:
866 The Church is one: she acknowledges one Lord, confesses one faith, is born of one Baptism, forms only one Body, is given life by the one Spirit, for the sake of one hope (cf. Eph 4:3-5), at whose fulfillment all divisions will be overcome.
867 The Church is holy: the Most Holy God is her author; Christ, her bridegroom, gave himself up to make her holy; the Spirit of holiness gives her life. Since she still includes sinners, she is “the sinless one made up of sinners.” Her holiness shines in the saints; in Mary she is already all-holy.
868 The Church is catholic: she proclaims the fullness of the faith. She bears in herself and administers the totality of the means of salvation. She is sent out to all peoples. She speaks to all men. She encompasses all times. She is “missionary of her very nature” (AG 2).
869 The Church is apostolic. She is built on a lasting foundation: “the twelve apostles of the Lamb” (Rev 21:14). She is indestructible (cf. Mt 16:18). She is upheld infallibly in the truth: Christ governs her through Peter and the other apostles, who are present in their successors, the Pope and the college of bishops.
870 “The sole Church of Christ which in the Creed we profess to be one, holy, catholic, and apostolic,… subsists in the Catholic Church, which is governed by the successor of Peter and by the bishops in communion with him. Nevertheless, many elements of sanctification and of truth are found outside its visible confines”(LG 8).
My sense is that the OP has a somewhat skewed vision of what this means. The OHCA Church would, by definition, include those who succeeded the Apostles, namely the Bishops of the Church, including the Pope. The OHCA Church, which is, according to the Catechism, basically what we mean by the Catholic Church, is neither invisible nor non-papal. It obviously exists on this earth, although it contains a spiritual, invisible element as well. It is not exclusively one or the other.
How individuals view the Church may be quite varied. If anyone holds a view that the OHCA Church is only spiritual, invisible and non-papal, I would think they would still place responsibility for past and current abuses on the people who should be held responsible for them. That would not change.
Again, I may be mis-reading the OP’s thoughts and questions here, and not addressing exactly what they are talking about.