The theme of the article is to present the ancient space in the epithalamium by Stanislaus Theodore Piotrkowczyk, entitled Wedding Act at the Never-Ever Fading Mount Carmel, written on the occasion of the “spiritual marriage” of the poet’s sister, Teresa Anne of St. Joseph. The article draws attention to the construction of the work, which contain characteristics of panegyric compositional elements. An important part of epithalamium is praising the virtues of the nun, who brought her attitude to gather priceless value. Visualizations of the message contained in the epithalamium about the desire to reject the beauties of the world for monastic life, in which to facilitate the improvement of the internal. Above all, the article shows Piotrkowczyk’s references to ancient tradition. These references proved that the religious themes can be presented, drawing not only from Christianity, but also from ancient heritage. Furthermore, these references also testified about the erudition of the author and of his interest in history and tradition of European culture.