From the National Catholic Register, this is a good article contrasting the values of the world, concerning sexual diseases and contraception, and concerning children, and the values of the Catholic Church. I appreciate how the article mentions Uganda, and how Uganda managed to lower the infection rate of HIV through the teaching of sexual morality.
From the end of the article:
They go to cultures that see children as a blessing to be welcomed and teach them to see children as a threat to be blocked. They go to cultures that are marked by joy and life and teach them our Western ways, which are marked by depression and the culture of death.
Their policies suggest that they are aghast not at poverty, but at poor people. Their answer isn’t more food, but fewer mouths to feed. The problem they see in Africa isn’t that there is too little opportunity for Africans — it’s that there are too many Africans.