Santa Dimpna Virgen y mártir de Irlanda.
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Saint Dymphna, Patron of Mental IllnessSaint Dymphna, Patron of Mental Illness http://misalvador777.tripod.com/catholictreasurechest/ Patronage •against sleepwalking •against epilepsy •against insanity •against mental disorders •against mental illness •epileptics •family happiness •incest victims •loss of parents •martyrs •mental asylums •mental health caregivers •mental health professionals •mental hospitals •mentally ill people •nervous disorders •neurological disorders •possessed people •princesses •psychiatrists •rape victims •runaways •sleepwalkers •therapists Prayer for the Intercession of Saint Dymphna, Patron of Mental Illness Lord God, Who has graciously chosen Saint Dymphna to be the patroness of those afflicted with mental and nervous disorders, and has caused her to be an inspiration and a symbol of charity to the thousands who invoke her intercession, grant through the prayers of this pure, youthful martyr, relief and consolation to all who suffer from these disturbances, and especially to those for whom we now pray. (Here mention those for whom you wish to pray.) We beg You to accept and grant the prayers of Saint Dymphna on our behalf. Grant to those we have particularly recommended patience in their sufferings and resignation to Your Divine Will. Fill them with hope and, if it is according to Your Divine Plan, bestow upon them the cure they so earnestly desire. Grant this through Christ Our Lord. Amen. THE CHAPLET OF SAINT DYMPHNA How to pray the Chaplet of Dymphna This Chaplet consists of a Medal of St. Dymphna and 17 beads as follows: Medal + 2 / 5 red + 5 white + 5 green. You can state your personal intentions before starting the Chaplet or at the end. On the 1 st bead, you pray the Our Father. On the 2 nd bead, you pray the Hail Mary for the Holy Father's intentions. On the 15 beads, you pray 15 Glory be in honour of the 15 years of Saint Dymphna's life. The red beads honour the martyrdom of St. Dymphna. the white beads honour her virginity. the green beads are for the hope of relief of emotional disorders.