Murals (2008) by PHANTAST - Graffiti - Cultural Music & Art Association inc. - 98 Milne St. Benleigh

SpiridonA brick (made of clay, water and fire) may symbolize the unity of the Holy Trinity.


The island of Cyprus was both the birthplace ( 270 A.D.) of this famous saint, and the place in which he spent his life in the service of the church. He was of simple farming stock, and remained simple and humble to the end of his days. He married young and had children, but, when his wife died, he devoted himself entirely to the service of God. Even as a bishop did not change his simple style of life, taking charge of his cattle himself and tilling his own land.. He entered into rest in the Lord in 348 A.D.

"Whether you are alive or dead matters nothing. What matter is what you live for and what you are prepared to die for" (Bishop and surgeon Anthony Bloom)

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