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Cardinal Karol Wojtyla (St John Paul II)
A Testimony
It will seem strange that we begin our thoughts about the encyclical "Humanae Vitae" with quotations from the "Autobiography of M. Ghandhi". "In my opinion—wrote the great Indian—to maintain that the sexual act is a spontaneous action analogous to sleeping or eating, is crass ignorance. The existence of the world depends upon the act of multiplying—upon procreation, we say—and since the world is the dominion of God and a reflection of his power, the act of multiplying—of procreation, we say—must be subjected to the norm which aims at safeguarding (the development of life on earth). The man who is aware of all this, will aspire at all costs to dominate his senses and will furnish himself with the necessary knowledge to promote the physical and spiritual growth of his offspring. He will then pass on the fruits of this knowledge to posterity as well as using them for his own advantage". In another passage from his autobiography, Gandhi says that twice in his life he was influenced by the propaganda for artificial means of contraception in conjugal life. However he arrived at the conviction that "one must act primarily through interior force, in the mastery of oneself, that is through self-control". L'Osservatore Romano Weekly Edition in English 16 January 1969, page 6

Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
I think it is the height of ignorance to believe that the sexual act is an independent function, necessary like sleeping or eating. The world depends for its existence on the act of generation, and as the world is the playground of God and a reflection of His glory, the act of generation should be controlled for the growth of the world. He who realizes this will control his lust at any cost, equip himself with the knowledge necessary for the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of his progeny, and give the benefit of that knowledge to posterity.
An Autobiography or The Story of My Experiments with Truth: M. K. Gandhi; Navajivan  Publishing House, Ahmedabad, p. 148 (Part III . Chapter VI. Spirit of Service)

Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
We need, not lessons in the use of contraceptives and helps to our being able to satisfy our animal appetite, but continuous lessons to restrain that appetite, in many cases even to the extent of absolute continence. We need to be taught by precept and example that continence is perfectly possible and imperatively necessary if we are not to remain mentally and physically weak. We need to be told from the housetop that if we will not be a nation of manikins, we must conserve and add to the limited vital energy we are daily dissipating.(...) If we begin to believe that indulgence in animal passion is necessary, harmless and sinless, we shall want to give reins to it and shall be powerless to resist it. Whereas, if we educate ourselves to believe that such indulgence is harmful, sinful, unnecessary and can be controlled, we shall discover that self-restraint is perfectly possible. Let us beware of the strong wine of libertinism that the intoxicated
West sends us under the guise of new truth and so-called human freedom. Let us, on the contrary, listen to the sober voice from the West, that through the rich experience of its wise men at times percolates to us, i.e., if we have outgrown the ancient wisdom of our forefathers. Young India, 19-8-1926 THE COLLECTED WORKS OF MAHATMA GANDHI. (pdf)

Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
Every husband and wife can make the fixed resolve never to share the same room or the same bed at night and to avoid sexual contact except for the one purpose for which it is intended for both man and beast. the beast observes the law invariably. Man, having got the choice, has grievously erred in making wrong choice. …Both man and woman should know that abstention from satisfaction of sexual appetite results not in disease but in health and vigour, provided the mind co-operates with the body. Young India, 27-9-1925, p. 324, PHILOSOPHY > THE MIND OF MAHATMA GANDHI >  Birth Control

What is happines?
The Roman Catholic intellectual viewpoint

The four branches of the Happiness Tree laetus - bodily pleasure, felix - good life, beatitudo - serving others, sublime beatitudo - God's Love, fides qauerens intellectum - faith seeking understanding
The four branches of the Happiness Tree
dr Halat's illustration to the breaktrough ideas emerging from
Healing the Culture: A Commonsense Philosophy of Happiness, Freedom, and the Life Issues
by Fr. Robert J. Spitzer, SJ, PhD: Ignatius Press
reviewed and explained in plain English in
What is happiness?
by Christopher Kaczor, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
at Loyola Marymount University, English New Oxford Book Reviews
 laetus - bodily pleasure
felix - good life
beatitudo - serving others
sublime beatitudo - God's Love

Saint Anselm of Cantenbury:
fides quaerens intellectum - faith seeking understanding

More reading:

John Paul II

 Sollicitudo rei socialis
John Paul II
Benedict XVI
Cardinal Dr. Christoph Schönborn
 John Paul II and the Way to True Happiness