Constantine the Emperor was the head of the religions and cults approved by the Roman Empire’s law. Thanks to him the persecutions of the Christians came to a halt (the Edict of Milan from the year 313 AD). To standardize the date of Easter and the text of the Creed in the Roman Catholic Church the Emperor convened in the year 325 AD the first in the Christianity’s history council called the First Council of Nicaea. The title character of the poem is a priest who is suffering from being torn apart due to the doubts about faith. The author of the work uses the poetical language to convey the truths of the faith. The deliberations that God calls the ‘undeserving’ Constantine to fulfil the great mission lead the subject to reflections on the destiny of us all.