We’re proud to celebrate our own 80-year legacy of serving those in need, wherever home may be.

We opened our doors at the corner of Cleveland and St. Anthony Avenues on Pearl Harbor Day in 1941. As we celebrate 80-years of compassionate hospice care, we are grateful to continue to give the gift of hospice. We look forward to building on this legacy for many years to come.

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Vintage photo of Our Lady of Peace building

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In 1941, the Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne opened a humble care center in St. Paul to provide end-of-life care for cancer patients without means. The organization eventually grew to include the Highland Block Nurse Program (1995), In-Home Hospice services (2001), and Home Health care services (2004). These programs allowed us to expand our compassionate care to patients’ homes throughout the Twin Cities community.

In 2015, our name changed to Our Lady of Peace. As a non-profit care organization, we have served tens of thousands of patients from all walks of life. We are proud to continue our 80-year legacy of providing exceptional end-of-life care.

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Read more about OLP’s rich history of exceptional, compassionate end-of-life care in Ramsey County History Magazine’s article, Two Names, Decades of Daily Mercy, and Innumerable Blessings at St. Paul’s Free Hospice Home by Christina Capecchi.

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At OLP, we know that every person leaves a mark on the world…
A lasting legacy that continues long after their departure.

Our Lady of Peace provides the physical, emotional, and spiritual support you need to ensure your loved one can live well…always.

Our Community Hospice & Home Health Care services offer expert care where and when it is needed. Our unparalleled empathy comforts and soothes, so you and your family can spend precious time with your loved one when moments together mean the most.

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Hospice

Hospice WHEREVER home may be.

Home Health Care

For extra assistance & care at home.

Residential Hospice

For hospice care in OUR St. Paul home.


 

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Hospice:
Safe, exceptional end-of-life care wherever home may be.

Our in-home Hospice program provides end-of-life care to those living at home, in senior communities, or long-term care facilities. Our dedicated team makes our patients’ final days, weeks, or months as peaceful and comfortable as possible. We follow best COVID-19 practices and provide our own PPE. Patients, families, and staff remain safely connected using the latest technology.

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Care Team

Home Health Care:
When extra assistance is needed at home.

Recovering from an injury, surgery or illness can present serious challenges at home. Our expert care teams work with your loved one’s current physician to provide optimal care when it’s needed most. Services include post-op care, physical therapy, skilled nursing (RN), wound care, palliative care, and more.

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Hospice Residence:
A welcoming place of peace and compassion in St. Paul.

We are a non-profit, welcoming organization that has faithfully served the St. Paul area for over 75 years. Our consistent care teams, dedicated staff, and whole-family support ensure a personalized hospice experience grounded in dignity, compassion, and faith. Care is provided at no cost to patients and families.

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Let Us Help

The end of life is full of physical and emotional challenges. We’re here to help you explore options and assist in answering the difficult questions.

Everyone has the right to choose their hospice care provider regardless of where previous medical care was given. We are a non-profit, Medicare-certified care provider that has served the Twin Cities since 1941. We believe it is our sacred duty to provide care, comfort, and compassion to those in need of end-of-life services, regardless of social, religious, or economic status.