This edition of the academic journal, edited by Professor Frans Ciappara and produced and illustrated by Dr Hermann Bonnici, contains twelve academic contributions and a section on book reviews.
The articles in this edition include:
- La Fondazione dei Carmelitani Scalzi a Malta -Un Primo Approfondimento alla Luce di Alcuni Documenti Archivistici by Dr Axel Alt of the Pontificia Facoltà Teresianum in Rome
- Riconsiderando Medoro Angelino (Roma, 1560 ca. – Siviglia, 1633): le tre opere di Santiago del Cile by Dr Francesco De Nicolo of the Universidad de Granada
- Marks of Modernity: The Counter-Reformation as a Response to the Emerging Modern Age by Dr Amanda M. Dutton
- Count Georg Albrecht I of Erbach and Malta in 1617 – a story of facts, half-truth and missing information by Dr Thomas Freller of the University of Applied Sciences in Aalen, Germany
- Realism and Empathy: The Ta’ Ġieżu Crucifix as a Visual Manifestation of Post-Tridentine Culture by Christian Attard
- Baroque Music in Catholic Churches by Maestro Abraham D’Amato; The unique Late Baroque Church of Santa Maria dell’Itria in Ragusa, Sicily by Professor Denis De Lucca, director of the International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta
- The Development of the Iconography of the Holy Week: Processional Statues in Malta and Gozo by Joseph F. Grima; Brevi Note Storiche su Innocenzo XII by Professor Nicola Montesano, director of the Istituto Universitario SSML of Basilicata;
- Re-evaluating Cupid and Pan: The Story of Eros and the Satyr in the Farnese Gallery by Dr Esthy Kravitz-Lurie of the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel who is responsible for a course on Mythology, Love and Poetry in the Paintings of the Baroque at the Department of the Arts at the above-mentioned university and is also a member of Renaissance Society of America (RSA)
- The Thing of the World I Love Most’- Samuel Pepys, the Diary and Domestic Music-Making in Restoration England by PhD candidate Charmaine Falzon and a contribution about The antithesis of Baroque – the vernacular architecture of the Mediterranean islands by Professor Borut Juvanec of the Institute of Vernacular Architecture in Ljubljana, Slovenia.