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VISITING ROME?


JOIN US FOR MASS AT THE JESUIT ORATORY OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER “DEL CARAVITA”


EVERY SUNDAY AT 11.00AM


FOLLOWED BY AN APERITIVO. ALL ARE WELCOME.


www.caravita.org Via Caravita 7, 00186, Rome, Italy. 7 CENTRAL LONDON


The Penn Club Long-established Quaker Club open to non-members for B&B


Close to British Museum and Library.


Direct Underground Heathrow.


Close to King’s Cross and St Pancras for Eurostar. Quiet and secure. Spacious reading room.


Rooms from £58 to include full English breakfast.


Complimentary wireless connection and tea/coffee.


21 Bedford Place, London WC1B 5JJ Tel: 020 7636 4718


Email: office@pennclub.co.uk www.pennclub.co.uk


8 10 10 12 13 16 19 20 19 23 22 25 26


Across 1 & 26 Across: Priest with number following seen as national leader (6-6) 5 Little animal finally domesticated Katherina on stage (5) 8 Son of Eliphaz who in time begat Amalek also (5) 9 Cured lepers recorded transgression about zero anxiety (7) 10 & 6 Down: Equine bit of strapping we hear in recognition of the Queen’s achievement? (4,5) 11 Cable not adjusted for operatic singing (3,5) 13 Shadow perhaps protecting from numb radiation (5) 14 See 18 Down


Solution to the 11 June crossword


Across: 7 Arthur; 8 Gibeon; 10 Locarno; 11 Amram; 12 Toys; 13 Titus; 17 Feria; 18 Cope; 22 Truce; 23 Turkson; 24 Cascia; 25 Madrid. Down: 1 Paulite; 2 Stachys; 3 Quarr; 4 Cimabue; 5 Pearl; 6 Anima; 9 Novitiate; 14 Menevia; 15 Tonsure; 16 Kennedy; 19 Stack; 20 Burse; 21 Dream.


■Please send your answers to: Crossword Competition 2 July, The Tablet, 1 King Street Cloisters, Clifton Walk,


London W6 0GY. Please include your full name, telephone


SUDOKU Level: Challenging


Each 3 x 3 box, each row and each column must contain all the numbers 1 to 9.


A long-established Catholic family firm of wine merchants specialising in the supply of Altar Wines to the Clergy and Convents


“SANCTANA” & “SANCTIFEX” Brands


J. CHANDLER & CO. LTD New Abbey House Fyfield Road, Weyhill Andover, Hants, SP11 8DN Tel: 01264 774700 Fax: 01264 774747


20 | THE TABLET | 2 July 2011 Solution to the 11 June puzzle


number and email address, and a mailing address. A bottle of wine courtesy of J. Chandler & Co. Ltd will go to the sender of the first correct entry drawn at random on Friday 15 July.


Mrs S.F. Moran, of Adderbury, Oxfordshire, won the 11 June crossword competition. She will be receiving a copy of the Oxford Dictionary of Saints, fifth edition revised, by David Farmer.


●The


answers to this week’s puzzles and


the cross- word


winner’s name will appear in the 23 July issue.


22 24 15 17 11 12 14 16 21 20


Down 2 Good to bad example (7) 3 Sign of annoyance exhibited by dromedary? (4) 4 Contemporary English composer of religious works in Beirut term-time (6) 5 Job’s a doddle without French priest (8) 6 See 10 Across 7 & 15 Down: Worker bringing light who lost husband holding number 100 and showing weight loss (6,7) 8 The nerve to come from France, we hear! (4) 12 Twisted worm in political unit who destroyed monasteries (8) 15 See 7 Down 16 Join Jeremiah in regretting mental turmoil (6) 17 Unique way a switch works around East (3-3) 18 & 14 Across: Greet archbishop with a personal prayer before dining? (4,5) 20 Gold symbol atop returned toupee for Roman diviner (5)


22 Gums up being tiresomely self-complacent (4) 15 18 18 9 8


PUZZLES


CROSSWORD No. 266: Alanus 1


1 2 3 4 4 5 6 7


19 Causing fear when man is involved with grail (8) 21 Insane Roman ruler (4) 23 English composer drops a pro-life prefix for striking religious artist (2,5) 24 Converted Roman born to this in Shakespeare’s Hamlet (5) 25 Martyr Olaf revealed inside territory for a St Bernard perhaps! (5) 26 See 1 Across


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