If the issue of contraceptives isn't a "problem of the soul"-both of the individual, and society at large-then the Church shouldn't even be dealing with it at all. Using a contraceptive is, objectively speaking, always a mortal sin, so you're damn right it's a problem of the soul.
Instead of telling me to get my head out of the sand, maybe you'd better put yours in the clouds(ie, Heaven). For an ordained member of the Church, you don't seem to think about that very much(nor Hell, or grace, or purgatory, or the Blessed Mother, or the sufferings of Christ or...).
Translation: think like me or you ain't much of a Catholic.
Who says it's a mortal sin?
Jesus said there was only one unforgivable sin and that was blasphemy of the Holy Spirit.
Besides, what's with swearing in a post about sin? I thought swearing was a sin?