The photo shown below is from the interior of Holy Cross Armenian Apostolic Cathedral in Montebello, CA. It is the cathedral of the Western Prelacy of the Armenian Church in America.
To a Roman Catholic, this looks like a monstrance used for Eucharistic adoration behind the candles. In fact, it is a monstrance because I have seen exact copies used for Eucharistic adoration in Roman Catholic parishes.
I've been to this cathedral before and remember looking at the center of this monstrance and seeing what looked like the unleavened bread used in the Soorp Badarak
Was it really the Eucharist though?
It didn't look like there was a relic of a saint in the center.
If any of our Armenian forum members could clear this up for me, I would greatly appreciate it.