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Patty Zender redefines the style of her family's home while paying homage to her husband.
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Ginny Fiscella and her family settle into their beautiful Overland Park home.
Founded in Madrid in 1851 by Mother Soledad Torres Acosta, who was proclaimed a Saint by Pope Paul VI in 1970, the Sisters, Servants of Mary, Ministers to the Sick, is a dedicated group of Catholic Sisters whose mission is providing quality care for those in need, and helping the terminally ill experience a comfortable and graceful transition. Traditionally, the ill have been cared for in hospitals, asylums and other institutions — not in their own homes. However, as a religious congregation, they felt it was their calling to continue Christ’s mission of healing and compassion through the loving care of the sick and dying, preferably in their own homes, free of charge.
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This Iowa jewel shines with wonderfully unexpected allure, gracious Midwestern charm and seriously good eats.