Crossword 1477

by
06 July 2018

By Philip Marlow

Across

1 Salvation Army officer making a point murderer accepts (7)

5 Prayer leader in Fatima mostly (4)

8, 17D, 18 Passion shown by theologian in fine form penning a couple of lines on adoration in hymn (4,6,3,4,9)

10 Element close to transept in shade (4)

11  Trustworthy councillor overlooked, describing food? (6)

12 Source of speech I love in musical work (8)

13  Hating extremists in dispute of a challenging kind (9)

15 Old revolutionary icon in line not to be crossed? (4)

16 By the sound of it, cut item (4)

21 A learner confused by rota, a young server (5,3)

22 Logic about a disciple (6)

23 House on large island for Hindu festival (4)

24  Croat unexpectedly in charge following article regarding sacred rule? (10)

25 The writer taken aback, with surprised expression, getting TV award (4)

26 Part of a set showing rural views (7)

 

Down

1 Chapter with line on day by journalist characterising a popular chapel? (7)

2 Tribesmen I pray are mobilised to accept second form of church government (15)

3 A liberal US president once of a similar nature? (5)

4 New broadcast, outside broadcast with upright character in capital (7)

6 Potential at Rome to develop a Catholic priest’s office (15)

7 At end of day troubled Sikh becomes withdrawn from the world? (7)

9 Part of church to the north has stage set up for Christian narrative (7)

14 Group consumes perhaps mint ice cream (7)

19 Wary attribute certainly about first of novices occupying Greek island (7)

20 Praise of girl being naughty unknown (7)

22 Examine in advance religious education beginning to concern Anglican church (5)

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