Catholics have access to the graces necessary to overcome the sexual urge (2 Cor. 12:9: "My grace is sufficient for thee."), so why do married Catholics have so many children? Why do they take on such responsibilities for more souls, bringing more sinners into the world, and why are they willing to account for a share in their entire descendants' sins at the Last Judgment? Aren't children a hindrance to Catholics' spiritual life (cf. 1 Cor. 7:33: "But he that is with a wife is solicitous for the things of the world: how he may please his wife. And he is divided.")? Are parents of large Catholic families ashamed that they were not able to control themselves and spend more time on prayer (cf. 1 Cor. 7:29: "…the time is short; it remaineth, that they also who have wives, be as if they had none.")?
You are twisting Scripture into serving a non-Catholic premise. Those quotes were never meant to be used in this way.
You might personally be called to celibacy, and perhaps you've even gotten "good at it" but don't let pride puff you up (Pride is a capital sin as well as Lust) to the point that you're adding and subtracting things from the Catholic Faith.
There is no pre-Vatican II Catholic doctrine, no Saints, no Popes who preached the doctrine you are putting forth here. It is a novelty, albeit a novel "defect" compared to the usual "excess" of today's hedonistic world.
...but it is an error nevertheless!
Once you have chosen marriage, you have chosen to deal with the whole "being divided" thing. It's not the end of the world, as you suggest. How many Catholic laity have "dealt with" this downside over the past millennia? And how many saints survived this downside as well?
St. Catherine of Siena was part of a HUGE family. Were her parents wicked? I seriously doubt it. And there are many Catholic saints who were married.
You seem to have an unhealthy fascination with sex, not unlike a certain "Heitanen" who started a whole website to preach his heresy. He is a single man, a recent convert (he was a protestant just a few years ago) and his new doctrine is that sexual pleasure is forbidden even to the lawfully married. He teaches that "what must be done" must be done as quickly and efficiently as possible, with no undue incitement of the passions in the process. In the dark, completely utilitarian, etc. In a word: Puritan. But we all know that Puritanism is a condemned heresy.
By the way, a fascination with something doesn't imply that you are "on its side" so to speak. Some people are superstitious and obsessed with the devil and things demonic. Of course virtually all of them would consider themselves enemies
of the Evil One. But they would very accurately be described as being "fascinated by" the devil or obsessed with him.
Again, this is Puritanism with a Catholic veneer. You can always recognize it by the primary idea: that sex is something bad, something dirty, something to be avoided for its own sake. On the contrary, sex in itself is something GOOD, having been created by a perfect God. He designed it. It is good and beautiful. It is only the devil's warping of marital love into selfish lust, promiscuity, and other degradations (homosexuality, etc.) that is evil.
Anyhow, I don't see a whole lot of difference between Heitanen's heresy and what you are spouting in this thread.
Also, I detect a bit of The World (circa 2017) in your thinking. Namely, you imply that there's ANY RELATION WHATSOEVER between A) the number of children you have and B) how many times per month you have sex. You need to turn off the TV, man! That's the oldest joke in the book (coming from various non-Catholic quarters, of course) -- that parents of big families "don't know what makes babies keep coming" or they "have too much time on their hands" and so forth.
Even though they probably have LESS sexual experiences than the average D.I.N.K. (double-income-no-kids)