The latest issue of Orthodox Tradition discusses similar issues, and as I understand it the Old Calendarists who run the Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies have a related history to the Catacomb Churches that are the topic of Globle's piece. "What Canonicity Means in the True Patristic Traiditon of Orthodoxy" (xxvi.1, pp. 3-26) discusses some of Alexander Schmemann's work on the topic of canonicity,
"1) by examining the popular misunderstandin of canonicity and demonstrating the erroneousness of prevailing ideas about it.Unfortunately, CTOS doesn't seem to provide an extensive online presence for their journal, so you may have to hunt around a bit for the article if you're interested.
2) by defining canonicity properly, in terms of Orthodox ecclesiology, and particularly vis-a-vis Apostolicity; and
3) by establishing that our particular jurisdiction, the Holy Synod in Resistance of the Orthodox Church of Greece, most firmly and scrupulously exemplifies the Orthodox requirements of canonicity."