I'm sorry, but you appear to be the one in error according to the Byzantines.
The Second Vatican Council welcomed the Eastern tradition of married priests when it stated in the Decree Concerning the Ministry and Life of the Priest that "Celibacy is not required by the priesthood itself, as is evident in the practices of the early Church, and in the tradition of the Eastern Churches" (No. 16 of the Decree Concerning the Ministry and Life of the Priest).
“I’m sorry, but you appear to be the one in error according to the Byzantines.”
Wrong again. Vatican II ended in 1965. How many ordinations of married men have taken place in America among Byzantine Catholics?
“There has been only one ordination of a married man to the priesthood in the Pittsburgh Metropolia since the promulgation of the Particular Law. On February 12, 2006 Bishop John Kudrick, Eparch of Parma, OH, Metropolia of Pittsburgh, PA ordained married deacon, Joseph Marquis, to the priesthood at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.
There may be some, but I know of not a single Byzantine diocese which is regularly ordaining married men in America. Since at least the 1920s - in America - until very recently NO married men were regularly ordained by Eastern Catholic bishops. NONE. And still, even though the rule has been relaxed, none of the Byzantine bishops has shown any movement toward regularly ordaining married men.
It would help if you knew what you were talking about.
This will help: http://www.byzantines.net/epiphany/ordination.htm
And yes, that last link is the same one you linked to.
Clearly you didn’t read the article because it proves me absolutely right in every detail.