Charm St. Dymphna
Dymphna was an Irish princess whose father became dangerous with mental illness. Along with her priest and court jester, she fled her home to a place called Gheel. There, young Dymphna was martyred by her father in the name of chastity, but the story didn't end there. To this day, Gheel is a sanctuary of love, kindess, and even miracles for those suffering from mental illness.
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