... because Episcopalians care about the environment and are far too educated to have children, unlike Catholics and Mormons.
How many members of the Episcopal Church are there in this country?
About 2.2 million. It used to be larger percentagewise, but Episcopalians tend to be better-educated and tend to reproduce at lower rates than some other denominations. Roman Catholics and Mormons both have theological reasons for producing lots of children.
Episcopalians aren’t interested in replenishing their ranks by having children?
No. It’s probably the opposite. We encourage people to pay attention to the stewardship of the earth and not use more than their portion.
Regular readers will know that I call myself an exiled Episcopalian. This'll be more reason why I'm likely to remain so.
H/T to Terry Mattingly at GetReligion.