Father Doukas put pen to paper and created a sketch representing the death of Australian Archbishop Stylianos.

The work featured a map of Australia with a footprint inside featuring the name, Stylianos.

“I just wanted to say ‘goodbye’ in this way,” Fr Doukas told Neos Kosmos. “I don’t want to comment on what the artwork means. What do you think it means? Perhaps you should ask your readers to interpret it.”

He added that the sketch was something of a farewell message. “It’s a ‘thank you’ to the church leader,” he said.

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The sketch means different things to different people. It could be the huge footprint that he’s left indelibly left imprinted on the sands of Orthodoxy in Australia, or maybe it is just telling us that he has left behind big shoes to fill.

Attached at the bottom are the words, “Will Cinderella be found?”