They also know their theology. They are very knowledgeable about the teachings and history of the Church. They can quote the most obscure saint from the 12th century to bolster their arguments. And they have the ability to argue you into a corner where you will stand speechless, unable to answer them.
They stand firm against anyone who opposes them and what they hold dear, whether that opposition is from inside or outside of the Church.
These people call themselves "traditionalists." They, for the most part, reject the post-conciliar Church and embrace what they call Catholic Tradition, with the Traditional Latin Mass at the heart of their beliefs. They eschew the Ordinary Form of the Mass because of what they perceive to be its simplicity and banality. It doesn't challenge them enough, which they interpret as not being "prayerful" enough.
These intelligent, talented, creative people carry a heavy, heavy cross. Sadly, and to their great detriment, they do not even realize it. The result of all of this is that they are separating themselves more and more from the rest of the Church. Of course, they don't see it that way. They see the Church as separating from them. That is what pride does to us.