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In  Donum veritatis §27, we find this instruction: “The theologian will not present his own opinions or divergent hypotheses as though they were non-arguable conclusions.” The authors of the  Correctio filialis , however, seem to present their opinions as if they  are non-arguable facts rather than personal opinions. They boldly declare that “the words, deeds and omissions” of Pope Francis, in conjunction with certain passages of  Amoris laetitia  “are serving to propagate heresies within the Church (14).”  

GENOA/ PORTOFINO Campionato Della Lanterna: The Marina Genova Airport Nautical Club completed the second and third events of the Campionato Della Lanterna for the fleet of eight J/24s. The fleet had to contend with uncertain weather on day one, almost a “glass-out” in the morning, but followed up with a southwest breeze of 5-7 knots in the afternoon, enough to get in two races. The second day’s racing was defined by winds of 15-18 knots plus a short, steep chop. It was close racing for everyone over the weekend. In the end, it was JAWS that won the regatta, followed by JUST A JOKE in second, FINALLY in third, FOR FIVE (A. Criscuolo – P. Ghibaudi) in fourth, and LANDFALL (Simone and Andrea Moretti) in fifth. “I am very happy with the way this championship is going,” Sr Buffa explained. “Above all, it is the rebirth and the fervor of our fleet of Portofino/Genoa, constantly searching for new J/24 owners who wish to join us.” For more Italian J/24 Class information, visit  https:/// .

The final event in 2017 for the Italian J/24 Winter Series took place off Cagliari; one that not only had a new winner for the regatta, but also confirmed the series ...

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1. Kasper Asgreen (Danimarca)
2. Kristoffer Halvorsen (Norvegia) a 4”
3. Alvaro Hodeg (Colombia)
4. Alan Banaszek (Polonia)
5. Simon Guglielmi (Francia)
6. Bjorg Lambrecht (Belgio)
7. Aleksandr Riabushenko (Bielorussia)
8. Joris Nieuwenhuis (Olanda)
9. Neilson Powless (USA)
10. Giovanni Carboni (Italia)

Tarasov (2007a) has presented convincing evidence that the Flauto piccolo part in Mozart’s opera Die Entführung aus dem Serail , KV384 (1782) was intended for a soprano recorder player using alto fingering. Furthermore, Mozart used the recorder as an orchestral instrument in at least 16 further works: Sechs Menuet , KV 104 (1771/2); Posthorn Serenade , KV320 (1779); the opera Idomeneo , KV366 (1781); Sechs deutsche Tänze , KV509 (1787); Kontretanz La Bataille , KV535; Sechs Deutsche Tänze , KV536; the song Ich möchte wohl der Kaiser sein , KV539; Zwölf deutsche Tänze , KV571; arrangement of Handel’s Messiah , KV572; Menuett fragment, KV571a; Zwölf Menuette , KV585; Zwöf deutsche Tänze , KV586 (all five 1789); Zwölf Menuette , KV599; Dreizehn deutsche Tänze , KV600; Vier Menuette , KV601; Vier deutsche Tänze , KV602; Zwei Kontretänze , KV603; and the opera Die Zauberflöte (all seven 1791). Tarasov notes that the context, tonality and compass mostly suggest soprano or sopranino recorders.

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