I don't quite understand these types of websites. Catholics urging other Catholics to join their parish of a different rite. Call home the Greek Catholics who left back to Roman Catholicism but don't poach off the Roman Catholics. The Greek Catholics use a different liturgy but they are all one church with the Latins... hence, you can't say or shouldn't say as a Greek Catholic "We're all one but your liturgy isn't as good as ours so come over here." It's putting down yourself, cutting off the nose to spite the face.
I was just having this conversation yesterday...
While the Orthodox in the USA are getting more members through non-Orthodox converts where are the Greek Catholics getting new members?
Traditionally both Greek Catholics and Orthodox get new members through marriage and immigration. The influx of immigrants into both the Greek Catholics and the Orthodox happens but at a trickle compared to earlier immigration influxes.
The Greek Catholics have a harder sell if you will to the Protestant converts. Greek Catholicism and Orthodoxy are of course very close to one another. Most people before the internet who didn't grow up in Pennsylvania have no clue what Greek Catholics are.
I am not putting Greek Catholics down but sometimes they seem, as in this link, to want to get their new members from the Roman Catholic pool. I don't think it is the best practice but who am I to judge. The first conversion we should all strive for is those who left the church for some reaso, then others, and so forth. Putting down Roman Catholicism by Greek Catholicism to boost membership isn't tasteful, they are after all, members of the same church of Rome.