Alberto Bottari de Castello
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Alberto Bottari de Castello (5 July 1942–) is an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church.
- In Japan, there is in reality a great need for religious values, there are some faithful who practice two different religions. But the Church is not able to satisfy this thirst for religion because its strategy is mistaken: the Church must not limit itself to teaching Catholic doctrine, faith, and traditions, but must find a way to connect these with the culture and everyday problems of the Japanese, avoiding the fracture between the teaching of doctrine and everyday life in Japan. Obviously, this is an extremely difficult task.
- Why Life Is Worth So Little in Prosperous Japan (March 8, 2010)