The Masked Angels of COVID-19


What do you do when you don’t have masks to protect your frontline medical team during the COVID-19 pandemic? You call on angels!

Our Lady of Peace has been without protective face masks since the threat of coronavirus became a reality. Hospice workers rank lower on the list than hospital workers when it comes to medical equipment of this kind, but the reality is that our care providers are at risk of contracting the virus from patients and each other. And, if they get sick, there will be no one here to care for our patients.

When Our Lady of Peace put out a call for help, people responded from St. Paul to St. Cloud.

In addition to giving a gift of protection to our frontline caregivers, they eased their fears and brought them peace.

We are so grateful to the following people and organizations that responded to our call for help with generous donations. You are truly a blessing to all of us:

Abbot Paint, St. Paul MN

Knudson Family, Mike, Sandy, John & Ray. West St. Paul, MN

Lisa Schatz. Belle Plaine, MN

Thimble Bees, Wayzata Community Church, Wayzata, MN

Lauren Bednar, Brighton Hospice. St Louis Park, MN

Ginger Delles, Saint Cloud, MN

Kathleen Angstmann, Inver Grove Heights, MN

Susan Umlor, Edina, MN

Kristy Kennon Taylor, Edina, MN

Annalise Butler, St. Louis Park, MN

Laurie Swigart, Wisconsin

Ann Sisel, St. Paul, MN

Kelly Sapmaz, Edina, MN