Who says we can't fix it?

In order to fix this uncontrollable cycle of human births, what we can do is limit ourselves to our resources just as any other issue would be properly handled. As theologian, Sally McFague says, “Justice and ecology--the liberation of the poor and the well-being of nature--are not separate issues, but two sides of the same coin”. We must consider both sides of the fence. Realizing that each person has that right and should have that access to the fundamentals that sustain one’s self. We should all be aware that by creating a way to share our resources, it adds a balance that has been invisible to the world for as long as we know it. As said in the Old Testament “Then God said, “I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth, and every tree that has fruit with seed in it.” They will be yours for food." (Genesis 1:29). God has given us a place to act as stewards to fulfilling his call. In that, we should respect it the proper ways he has called upon us by leading lives of integrity and faith. Liberationist Theology believes that one should have the opportunity and ability to live life as God intended for the entirety of the world. It is the belief to bring justice to the poor, vulnerable and oppressed. God embraces us and grants us this lovely world to be stewards as we should handle our situations in a manner that will coincide with the way God openheartedly offered us the world.


1. Rearrange how we use our resources, or what resources are utilized for what activity By doing this you are able to create an environment that is less depleted, creating a sustainable earth for all future generations.

2. Spread out large food supplies, reducing the waste we have when we can’t finish something. By keeping a reduction we are able to disperse food to poorer nations that are in greater need for the excess amounts of food

3. Have kids after marital rites are initiated. By having kids after marriage, the population rate will not increase as fast as it is. This is also very important as the Sacrament of Marriage is important in the religious perspective.

4. Purchase foods relatively farmed in an area near you. By doing that you are able to let the excess money be dispersed elsewhere, making its way to those who are in most need of it, allowing the poorer nations to have a piece of the puzzle that they have longed to taste.

5. Increase the health care and education provided for all women that way they are aware to the precautions of having a child, being aware of the costly options of birth control or contraceptives. 6. Richer countries must reduce their consumption rates.

6. Richer countries must reduce their consumption rates. As others don't have as much as we, the United States, does we should reduce the rate at which we consume things allowing leeway for others to enjoy the riches of our natural resources as well.