We are excited to announce the publication of the latest issue of The Yale ISM Review. Volume 4, No. 2 centers on the theme of the Beatitudes.
Editor Rita Ferrone writes:
“Our fall issue centers on the theme of the Beatitudes, a classic text of the Christian tradition taken from Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount in the Gospel according to Matthew. At once challenging and inspiring, the Beatitudes raise many questions: What does it mean to be blessed? Who are the blessed? Do we really find blessing in poverty and meekness, purity of heart, hunger for justice, peacemaking, persecution? How does one live into the vision held forth by the Beatitudes? We hope that by exploring these questions along with our contributors, you may arrive at new insights that will enrich your experience of sacred music, worship, and the arts. If you like what you see here, please share this publication with others. Subscription is free of charge and open to all.”
Beatitudes features articles and other works by Teresa Berger, Benjamin Bergey, Walter Burghardt, Herménégilde Chiasson, Cheryl Cornish, Cathy Hagstrom George, Peter Hawkins, Paul Inwood, Christopher Irvine, Swee Hong Lim, Thomas Long, Michelle Lewis, and Hyuk Seonwoo. Also featured is Thomas Ingmire’s exquisite illumination of the Beatitudes in The Saint John’s Bible, shown in detail on the cover.