St. Eusebius with his Cenobites

The picture depicts St. Eusebius in red habit (“martyrish”), with the stole of service on the left shoulder. He indicates the mystery of the Unity and Trinity of God with his fingers.

At the top, in the center, the cross over the sheet anchor, with the red triangle: Symbols of the Mysteries of the Holy Trinity and the Redemption of the Incarnate Word.

Below, on the left, there are three clergymen, representatives of St. Eusebius’ Episcopal Coenobium.

At the top, there is a sailboat, in which the Saint and two collaborators are, on the journey to the exile of St. Eusebius, or in the missions in the eastern regions after his release.

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