Ecology 101

I try to avoid digs that are too obvious, so I (nobly, I thought) took no cracks at this comment from Bishop Kathryn, presiding bishop of the Episcopalian Church. In response to the question, how many of you are there, she replied:
About 2.2 million," replied the presiding bishop. "It used to be larger percentage-wise, but Episcopalians tend to be better educated and tend to reproduce at lower rates than other denominations."

Pressed on whether Episcopalians wished to make any more Episcopalians, she stuck by her guns:
"No," agreed Bishop Kate. "It's probably the opposite. We encourage people to pay attention to the stewardship of the earth and not use more than their portion."
Well, I'm still going to let that go, but Mark Steyn isn't. He compares Our Kate with the world's oldest suicide bomber, who had her first child at age 12 for a total of 9 and left 41 grandchildren after her explosive departure from this life. Steyn asks:
If Fatma An-Najar has 41 grandchildren and a responsible "better educated" Episcopalian has one or two, into whose hands are we delivering "the stewardship of the earth"?
Perhaps the better-educated among us can figure that out.