The citation from the CCC you site clearly states “normally chosen from among men of faith who live a celibate life”. Notice the word “normally” There is nothing wrong with thinking a married priesthood should be the norm for priests who minister in parishes. However, one should not challenge the authority of the Pope and the Bishops and get involve in protests and dissident movements to make ones feelings known.
Holding an opinion, as long as it does not result in dissident actions and schismatic activities [think LCWR nuns and groups like Call to Action] does not make one an unfaithful Catholic.
Catholics of the Latin Rite need to learn to be more charitable and careful with statements regarding the married priesthood as the sui juris Eastern Catholic Churches have married priests as do the Eastern Orthodox, which the same CCC says have all of the valid 7 sacraments/Divine Mysteries and thus a valid sacerdotal priesthood.
And for the record, I am a Catholic of the Roman/Latin Rite.
Yes we should be more charitable to fellow Catholics who hold views contrary to the Pope, doctrine and CCC.
Just saying, it would be easy to be more charitable to them if they were protestant.
If your a RC and you are in for a penny you are in for a pound.
The RCC Love It or Leave It.