The Catholic Church does not view Marriage as inferior to celibacy.
Both Marriage and the Priesthood are Sacrament. They are sacred.
In the Latin Rite, a priest is symbollically married to the Bride of Christ, the Church.
So marriage is not inferior to celibacy. Pope John Paul II and Second Vatican II affirms it. These two Sacraments are holy. None is greater than the other.
Priesthood celibacy allows the priest to focus all his energies on God and tending his sheep.
While the husband is concern with the welfare of his wife. The role of the husband to his wife is to give his life for his beloved much like Jesus gave up his life for the Church.
So if you are one of those who believes the celibacy is superior. It isn’t.