- According to legend, St. Dymphna (or Dimpna) was the daughter of a seventh- century Irish king.
- Catholic Prayers: Prayer to Saint Dymphna
- Catholic Prayers: Prayer to Saint Dymphna. In Nervous or Emotional Distress.
- Dymphna Clark: a portrait
- a portrait. Roslyn Russell recalls the life of a distinguished linguist and. Canberra personality.
- SAINT RITA OF CASCIA
- Dymphna was born in the sixth century, when Ireland was almost entirely Catholic.
- Humping a grouse cobber
- Dymphna Lonergan. When I arrived in Adelaide in the 1970s, they were called cobbers.
- Notice to Shippers MSC Dymphna 141A/142R Change in Port Call
- Jun 23, 2011 MSC Dymphna 141A/142R. Change in Port Call Rotation. MSC (UK) Ltd wishes to advise clients that there will be a change to the.
- Limerick Ladies Gaelic Football notes
- Limerick settled better than Roscommon and opened with an early point from play from Dymphna O Brien which was quickly followed by a well taken point by Shauna McAuliffe.
- Can can dance? Limber up for Gang Gang Dance
- After the 2008 release Saint Dymphna, which found itself on many critics' end-of-year lists, DeWitt was replaced by Jesse Lee.
- Bungalow 8 Gets Shredded; Christina Tosi's EVill Faves
- [EaterWire] EAST VILLAGE—Momofuku's Christina Tosi reveals her East Village favorites, including Crif Dogs, Luke's Lobster, Caracas, St. Dymphna's, and more.
- Migrant myths and memories
- So we were educated on the life of Dymphna, Patron Saint of the Mentally ill (pictured). She was a refugee. By boat she escaped the incestuous, deranged pagan king who was her father.
- Canvassing for artspace: artists turn empty shops into galleries
- Graffiti experts Mr Nice and Aka Crap, along with photographer Reg Gordon, cartoonist Tom Mathews, artists Dolores Lyne, Noel Tate, Dymphna Curry and Margaret Nolan herself, are among the group exhibiting work in the Cornstore unit.
- Dymphna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Saint Dymphna (also: Dympna, Dimpna) was the daughter of a pagan Irish chief and his Christian wife in the 7th century. She was murdered by her father.
- National Shrine of St. Dymphna - Patron Saint of Those with
- National Shrine of St. Dymphna is the first shrine in America dedicated to honor the patron saint of mental and nervous disorders.
- St. Dymphna - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online
- Reads like a fairy tale, seems to be aimed at children. With a prayer.
- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Dymphna
- Virgin and martyr, venerated since at least the thirteenth century.
- Saints.SQPN.com » Blog Archive » Saint Dymphna
- Dymphna's father searched for them, and his search led to Belgium. There an innkeeper refused to accept his money, knowing it was difficult to exchange.
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