Hawaiʻi Churches

Religion has played an important role in the history of the Hawaiian Kingdom. When Christian missionaries arrived in the islands, they brought with them their belief system and built small rural chapels to huge cathedrals. The Mokuʻaikaua Church in Kailua-Kona on Hawaiʻi Island was the first Christian congregation. It was built in 1820.

The Church of Hawaiʻi, originally called the Hawaiian Reformed Catholic Church, was the state church and national church of the Hawaiian Kingdom from 1862 to 1893. It was the ecclesiastical province of the Anglican Communion in Hawaiʻi.

The Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary was established by what is now the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu. They built the Cathedral of Our Lady of Peace, the oldest Roman Catholic cathedral in Hawaiʻi. The Kingdom’s first six bishops, from 1833 to 1940, were members of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Other churches founded by the institute include Saint Joseph Catholic Church in Hilo and Maria Lanakila Catholic Church on Maui.

By the time the Portuguese migrated to Hawaiʻi many churches were already established. Most of the immigrants attended Catholic churches, however, many attended Hawaiian or Protestant churches.

Our database of Hawaiʻi’s churches is a new project. We continue to add more churches to this list. Please check back with us again.

Mahalo nui loa to Sue Ann Pacheco Chun, B.Ed., P.D for her her time and dedication to compiling this list of Churches in Hawaiʻi.

County of Kauaʻi

Holy Cross Catholic Church
Located at 2-2370 Kaumualiՙi Hwy. in Kalāheo. Established in 1909. Has an adjacent cemetery.

Immaculate Conception
Located at 4453 Kapaʻai Rd. in Lihue. Built in 1924. Has two adjacent cemeteries (the old and the new) www.icchurchlihue.com

Sacred Heart Church
Located at 2626 Melemele Rd. in ‘Ele’ele. Mission church of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kalāheo.

Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church
Located at 9496 Kaumualiՙi Hwy. in Waimea. Built in 1899; second oldest Catholic church on Kauaʻi is a mission church of St. Theresa Catholic Church in Kekaha. Has a small cemetery in the back of the church. Featured in ww.thegardenisland.com/2016/09/21/hawaii-news/lasting-faith/

St. Catherine Church
Located at 5021 Kawaihau Rd. in Kapaʻa. Established on September 2, 1887 at the site of the present cemetery. Because of the growing number of Catholics, a new church was completed on the grounds of St. Catherine School in 1958. Is the primary church of the 3-church St. Catherine Parish with its two mission churches, St. Sylvester and St. William. Has a cemetery on Kūhiō Hwy. www.kauaist.catherine.church

St. Raphael’s Church
Located at 3011 Hapa Rd. in Kōloa. Is the oldest Catholic Church on Kauaʻi. Founded in 1841, two years after Catholics were granted religious freedom in Hawaiʻi. First stone chapel built by Father Walsh in 1842; chapel sanctuary was rebuilt by parishioners in 1941 in preparation for the centennial anniversary. Has an old cemetery next to the site of the old church; a newer one is located on the north side of Kōloa Rd. www.st-raphael-kauai.org

St. Sylvester Church
Located at 2390 Kolo Rd. in Kīlauea. Founded and built by Fr. Stappers who arrived on Kauaʻi in 1871; original church located on the site of the present cemetery until 1906. Moved from its original site in 1906 to the eastern bank of the Kīlauea River fronting Kauaʻi Belt Road after a land exchange was made with the Kīlauea Sugar Company; moved on a railroad car pulled by a train on tacks which ran in front of the two sites. To accommodate the increase in parishioners, especially the Portuguese, the original church was enlarged and remodeled, but fifty years later it was beyond repair and a new church was built next to Kīlauea School on land acquired again in an exchange with the Kīlauea Sugar Company. A mission church of St. Catherine Parish www.kauaistcatherine.church (early history of St. Sylvester Church)

St. Theresa’s Catholic Church
Located at 8343 Kaumualiՙi Hwy. in Kekaha on the beach facing the ocean. Is the westernmost Catholic Church in the USA. Originally established in January 1941 but burned down in 1977 and rebuilt on the original site in 1979. Featured in www.thegardenisland.com/2016/09/21/hawaii-news/lasting-faith

St. William Catholic Church
Located at 5292 Kūhiō Hwy. in Hanalei. Is a mission church of St. Catherine’s. Built under the direction of Father McDonald in 1956; its design resembles the long houses of Polynesia History: Served the North Shore of Kauaʻi as St. Stephen’s Church at Moloaՙa which was built by Father Maudet on September 17, 1854; was very prosperous until destroyed by a series of tidal waves which also dispersed many residents of Moloaՙa. A newer church, St. Maxime, was built next to the Hanalei River by Father Maudet in 1864 but was demolished in the early 1930s. www.kauaist.catherine.church (early history of St. William Catholic Church)


Catholic Churches

Annunciation Catholic Church
Located at 65-1235 Kawaihae Rd. in Waimea. www.bigislandcatholicchurch.org

Ascension Mission Catholic Church
Located at 69-1789 Puakō Beach Drive in Puakō. Is a mission church of Annunciation Catholic Church in Waimea. www.bigislancatholicchurch.org

Good Shepherd Mission
Located at 28-1640 Old Māmalahoa Highway in Honomū. First built in 1888 by Sacred Hearts Father Loots to minister to the Hāmākua coast’s sugar plantation community which included many Portuguese families. Rebuilt in 1919 and blessed on March 9, 1919 by Father Feron. Is a mission church of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Pāpaʻikou. It is older than the other two churches of the Hāmākua Catholic community, which includes St. Anthony in Laupāhoehoe and Immaculate Heart of Mary in Pāpaʻikou. www.hamakuacatholic.org and www.hawaiicatholicherald.com (“Honomū Mission Celebrating a Century”)

Holy Rosary Catholic Church
Located at 96-3143 Pikake St.in Pāhala. Email: hrc.shc@gmail.com

Holy Rosary Catholic Mission
Located at 73-4179 Māmalahoa Highway in Kalaoa (Kona). Is a mission church of St. Michael Parish in Kailua-Kona. www.konacatholicchurch.net

Holy Rosary Mission Chapel
Located at 16-537 Laukaki Place in Keaʻau. This church was built in 1910. It was once a parish church for the Keaʻau area but is now a mission church of St. Theresa in Mountain View, seven miles away. The pastor started the practice of Sunday mass at the Kilauea Military Camp in the Volcano area in 1947 when the military chaplain moved out of the area. The practice continued until 2014. www.stcmv.org

Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
Located at 27-186 Kaʻāpoko Homestead Rd. in Pāpaʻikou. Is part of the Hāmākua Catholic Community along with the mission church of the Good Shepherd Mission in Honomū and St. Anthony Church in Laupāhoehoe. Founded in 1950. Has an adjacent cemetery with 150 headstones, many individuals with Portuguese surnames. www.hamakuacatholic.org

Malia Puka O Kalani (St. Mary, Gate of Heaven)
Located at 326 Desha Ave.in Hilo (Keaukaha) on Hawaiian Homestead Land. Is part of the St. Joseph Parish. Large hall on the property built in 1934 by Sacred Hearts Fathers used as a place of worship and a community center. Existing church constructed in 1940. www.maliachurch.org

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church
Located at 55-3374 Akoni Pule Highway in Hāwī. Second and present Sacred Heart Church in Hāwī built by Father Appleman in 1925. First Sacred Heart Church built in Hāwī in 1905 by Father Borghouts but later moved to Hālawa. Is a Cruciform church with stained glass.

Our Lady of Grace
www.sacredhearthawi.com. www.en.wikipedia.org (includes a history of Catholic ministering to Kohala natives beginning in 1841and mentions the first Catholic church building, the Waiʻāpuka Catholic Church as well as the first Catholic church at Hālawa which was built by Saint Damien de Veuster and dedicated under the title Our Lady of Victory and a church in Kapaʻau built by Father Ropert under the title of Saint Anthony of Padua; the latter has a cemetery with headstones bearing Portuguese surnames)

Our Lady of Lourdes Parish
Located at 45-5028 Plumeria St. in Honokaʻa. www.honokaaoll.weebly.com

Sacred Heart Church – Nāʻālehu
Located at 95-5558 Māmalahoa Highway in Nāʻālehu. Is the parish church of Holy Rosary. Catholic Church in Pāhala. Email: hrc.shc@gmail.com

Sacred Heart Church – Pāhoa
Located at 15-3003 Pāhoa Village Rd. in Pāhoa. Replaced a temporary church named Our Lady of Mount Carmel built by Sacred Hearts Father Loots in 1882. Relocated to its present site by Father Gielen and dedicated in 1929. www.pahoasacredheart.org (includes a history of the Sacred Hearts ministry in the Puna district)

St. Anthony Church
Located at 35-2095 Old Māmalahoa Highway in Laupāhoehoe. Is part of the Hāmākua Catholic Community with Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Pāpaʻikou and Good Shepherd Mission Church in Honomū. Built in the 1920s; experienced a fire in the mid1980s and rebuilt in the latter part of the 1990s. Has an adjacent cemetery. www.hamakuacatholic.org (contains a brief history of Catholic missionary work on the Hāmākua coast)

St. Benedict Church
Located at 84-5140 Painted Church Rd.in the Hōnaunau/Nāpōʻopoʻo/Captain Cook area of South Kona. Also known as “The Painted Church.” First built in 1842 in Kapalelua and was moved to present site in 1880; present structure was built between 1899 and 1902 under the direction of a Belgian priest, Father Velghe, who also painted the interior of the church with 3D depictions from the Bible and the lives of saints which he used as teaching tools in a time when many people couldn’t read and write. The church has a monument of St. Damien in front. Is on the Hawaii Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places. www.thepaintedchurchhawaii.org. www.lovebigisland.com (“Painted Church in South Kona”)

St. John the Baptist Mission Church
Located at 81-6402 Māmalahoa Hwy, in Kealakekua in Kona. Is a mission church of St. Benedict in Captain Cook. Email: sstbenedictsch@twc.com

St. Joseph Catholic Church
Located at 43 Kapiʻolani St.in Hilo. Was preceded by a church made of pili grass, located on the Hilo bayfront and called St. Martin de Tours 1839 when the first Catholic worship in Hilo took place. Replaced St. Martin deTours in 1862 when a new twin-towered church was built and dedicated to St. Joseph by Bishop Louis Maigret; located in the area of what is now Kalākaua Park in Hilo. Present church at the corner of Haili and Kapiʻolani Streets was built by Portuguese and Hawaiian families under the direction of Father James C. Bessell; dedicated in February 1919 with the names of the generous builders engraved below the statues and the stained-glass windows. www.stjoehilo.com

St. Michael the Archangel
Located at 75-5769 Aliʻi Drive in Kailua-Kona near the Huliheʻe Royal Palace. Established by the priests of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary on July 5, 1840, with the first permanent church building completed in 1850. St. Michael the Archangel is the parish church of Immaculate Conception Church in Hōlualoa, St. Paul’s Church in Honalo, St. Peter-by-the-Sea Church in Kahaluʻu, and Holy Rosary Church in Kalaoa. Current church building, which resembles the historic 160-year-old lava rock and coral stone original structure damaged by a 2006 earthquake, was dedicated by Bishop Larry Silva on March 25, 2015. The St. Paul Mission Church building, constructed in 1864, is closed because of major structural damage from the October 15, 2006 Kī holo earthquake on the Island of Hawaiʻi. www.konacatholicchurch.net

St. Peter’s by the Sea Catholic Church
Located at 78-6684 Aliʻi Drive in Kahaluʻu in Kona. Built in the 1880s on the site of an ancient heiau (Hawaiian temple) on Laʻaloa Bay (“sacred bay”). Placed on poles and dragged by donkey to Kahaluʻu Bay in1912. Known as “The Little Blue Church.” Is a mission church of St. Michael the Archangel. Has only 12 pews and may be the smallest church in Hawaiʻi. www.westhawaiitoday.com (“140-year-old St. Peter’s by the Sea Catholic Church Undergoing Renovation” by Laura Ruminski, April26,2020)

St. Theresa Catholic Church
Located at 18-1355 Volcano Highway in Mountain View. A parish church named after the patron saint, St. Theresa of Lisieux, or Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, popularly known as “The Little flower of Jesus.” https://stcmv.org

Star of the Sea Painted Church
Located in Kalapana. Built in 1927-1928 by Father Evarist Gielen, a Belgian Catholic missionary priest who painted the upper section of the church interior himself. Moved to its present location in 1990 (on Highway 130 between mile marker 19 and 20) just ahead of an advancing lava flow. Is on the National Register of Historic Places. www.en.m.wikipedia.org

Protestant Churches

Central Christian Church
Located at 109 Haili St. in Downtown Hilo. Was originally dedicated as the Portuguese Evangelical Church with 101members on December 1891 but later changed its name to Central Christian in 1935. Still has members whose Portuguese ancestors helped to build the church. Built a chapel in the plantation village of Kaiwiki, north of Hilo, in 1910 to minister to the Portuguese families there; a small cemetery is adjacent to the chapel that is no longer operational. www.ccchurchhilo.org.www.newspapers.com/hawaiitribuneherald (‘At Kaiwiki Chapel, Thoughts of Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow”)

Church of the Holy Cross
Located at 440 W. Lanikāula St.in Hilo. Organized as the Hilo Japanese Christian Church on January 18, 1891, on Kinoʻole Street in Hilo to convert Japanese immigrant plantation workers to Christianity and to help assimilate these workers to American life; remained at this site until 1962. Attracted several Portuguese families in the early 1960s (Costa, Pacheco, Pereira, Perreira, etc.) who became members and whose descendants are still members. www.holycrosshilo.com

First United Protestant Church
Located at 1350 Waiānuenue St. in Hilo. Founded as the First Foreign Church in 1868 after receiving a charter from King Kamehameha V; located at the corner of what is now Kinoʻole and Haili Streets. Changed its name to The First United Protestant Church in 1954 and moved to its present location in 1969. Goes back in history to 1835 when a non-Hawaiian family converted their house to a Seaman’s Chapel, a place of worship for foreigners, including traders and sailors, who came to Hilo. Includes Portuguese members whose ancestors were Catholic or those who once belonged to the Central Christian Church. www.fupchurch,org


Island of Maui

Christ the King Church
Located at 20 W. Wākea Avenue in Kahului. Had its start as a mission church of the Holy Family Parrish in Puʻunene. Present church sits on land purchased for $1 by Father Bax from the Hawaiian Cane and Sugar Company in 1931; built by HC&S pineapple and sugar cane immigrant laborers and their descendants in 1932. Expanded in 1970 to accommodate the growing population. www.ctkchurchmaui.org

Holy Ghost Catholic Church (aka Holy Ghost Mission)
Located at 4300 Lower Kula Road in Waiakoa. Part of the Kula Catholic parish with Our Lady Queen of Angels in Waiakoa and St. James the Lesser in ʻUlupalakua. Designed by Father James Biesel and built by his Portuguese sugar cane plantation parishioners from the Açores and Madeira Islands. First mass celebrated in 1895. Historic octagonal-shaped church which may be the only octagonal building in Hawaiʻi but was similar to chapels on the coast of Portugal. Placed on the Hawaiʻi Register of Historic Places on April 29, 1983 and on the National Register of Historic Places on August 18, 1983. Celebrates the Portuguese Holy Ghost Festival annually during Pentecost. Noted for its Portuguese sweet bread baked fresh on the second Sunday of each month. Has an adjacent cemetery www.kulacatholicommunity.org. http://memory.loc.gov/digital/legacies/loc.afc.afc-legacies 200002879 (lib. of Congress) ”Portuguese Holy Ghost festival and Traditional Practices”

Holy Rosary Catholic Church
Located at 954 Baldwin Avenue in Pāʻia. Built in 1926; blessed in 1927. Original church built in 1886 in Kūʻau, Maui by Father James Beissel but was too small for the increasing Catholic population of Makawao and Kūʻau, a result of the completion of Pāʻia Plantation mill in 1905 and the establishment of several large labor camps in the area. Present church is of the Gothic style with priceless stained-glass windows made in Belgium. Contains an outdoor memorial of St. Damien featuring a marble statue carved in Italy. www.holyrosarypaia.org. www.waymarking.com “Holy Rosary Catholic Church – Pāʻia, HI (an interesting history of the present and original church written by Bill Tavares for the Hawaii Catholic Herald)

Maria Lanakila Catholic Church and Sacred Hearts Mission Church
Located at 712 Waineʻe Street in Lahaina. Name means “Victorious Mary,” which refers to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Established in 1846 by Father Aubert and officially dedicated in 1858. Original structures made of adobe and grass. Present stone church completed on May 4,1873 under Father Leonore. Has undergone several renovations including the rehanging of the church’s paintings that are thought to be the gift of King Kalākaua or Queen Liliʻuokalani. Has a mission in Kapalua, Maui under the title of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Is a property of the Lahaina Historic District, designated a National Historic Landmark District in 1962. www.marialanakila.org

Our Lady Queen of Angels
Located at 9177 Kula Highway in Kēōkea. Named after a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Home of the rectory and office of the Holy Ghost Mission. Part of the Holy Ghost Mission serving the Kula community along with Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Waiakoa and St. James the Lesser in ʻUlupalakua. Originally served the needs of the residents and patients in Kēōkea after the construction of the Kula Sanatorium in 1936. Blessed on December 8, 1940. www.kulacatholiccommunity.org

Sacred Hearts Mission
Located on Office Road in Kapalua close to the Ritz Carlton Hotel. An “open-air church” (walls and doors fully open) located next to the ocean. Features a Hawaiian choir and musicians. Is a mission church of Maria Lanakila Catholic Church in Lahaina. www.marialanakila.org

St. Ann Church
Located at 40 Kuhinia Street in Waiheʻe. Has an adjacent cemetery. www.saint-ann-maui-org

St. Anthony of Padua Church
Located at 1627B Mill Street in Wailuku. Named after Saint Anthony of Padua who was born in Lisbon, Portugal, but died in Padua, Italy. Established by the Fathers of the Order of the Sacred Heart of Jesus who arrived from France on July 7, 1827, marking the beginning of the Catholic Mission in Hawaiʻi; now under the leadership of the Society of Mary. First High Mass celebrated at St. Anthony on July 13, 1848, in a thatched structure Wooden church built in 1854; 6000 baptisms recorded that year. Stone church blessed on May 3, 1873; built on land given by King Kamehameha IV. Believed that Father Damien made his commitment to minister to the Kalaupapa Leprosy Settlement at the church’s blessing. Was enlarged several times but destroyed by fire in 1977 but rebuilt. Present structure dedicated on June 13, 1980. Includes a Preschool, the St. Anthony Schools, and a cemetery. www.stanthonymaui.org

St. Gabriel Mission Church
Located at 1115 Wailua Road in Keʻanae. Original stone church built in 1850 but described by Bishop Maigret as a “pitiful chapel” in his diary of June 26, 1856. Newer church built of coral next to original church in March 1937. Has a shrine dedicated to Our Lady of Fatima. Became a mission station of St. Rita Church in Hāʻikū in 1950. www.st.ritahaikucom. www.chicagotribune.com “A Mission to Maui,” February 20, 2000.

St. James the Less Catholic Church
Located near Kula Highway (Hawaiʻi 37) in ʻUlupalakua about 14 miles from Holy Ghost Mission Church. Original wooden church on this location built as early as 1875 with missionary activity dating back to the 1850s. Current hollow tile structure built in 1950 and renovated in 2002. Originally served ranch employees in ʻUlupalakua. Is a mission church of Our Lady Queen of Angels along with Holy Ghost Mission; oldest of the three churches www.kulamaui.com. www.kulacatholiccommunity.org

St. Joseph Catholic Church
Located at 1294 Makawao Avenue in Makawao. Was the first church in the Makawao district built by Portuguese men on a site above the present-day Catholic Cemetery under the direction of Father Biessel in 1882. New church built in 1911 on land from the nearby plantation to minister to the growing number of Portuguese immigrants. www.sjc.maui.org

St. Mary Catholic Church
Located at 5000 Hāna Highway in Hāna. Dates from 1850. Features beautiful stained-glass windows. Is a parish church of St. Paul and St. Peter Churches. Email: hanastmary@gmail.com

St. Paul Catholic Church
Located at 41-115 Hāna Hwy. in Kīpahulu (10 miles south of Hāna at ʻOheʻo Gulch). Is a mission church of St. Mary Catholic Church. Email: hanastmary@gmail.com

St. Peter Catholic Church
Located in Puʻuiki (4miles south of Hāna). Is a mission church of St. Mary Catholic Church. Email: hanastmary@gmail.com

St. Rita Catholic Church
Located at 655 Hāʻikū Road in Hāʻikū. Built on leased land from the Maui Agriculture Company in the 1920s by Sacred Hearts, Father Jules Verhaeghe, to serve the pineapple workers in the area. Was a mission church of Holy Rosary in Pāʻia and St. Joseph Church of Makawao but was elevated to parish status in 1950. Has an eclectic group of worshippers including many Portuguese and Hawaiian locals with pineapple plantation roots. www.st.ritahaiku.com. www.hawaiicatholicherald.com “Hāʻiku Mauʻi Parish Finally Owns Land Under Its Church,” January 18, 2012.

St. Theresa Roman Catholic Church
Located at 25 W Līpoa Street in Kīhei. First church blessed on April 22, 1928. Newer church built and blessed on June 3 1958. Present church dedicated on April 27, 1985 with seating capacity of 600; designed in a contemporary style with a semi-rotund house of worship and a bell tower. Patroness is St. Theresa, the “Little Flower of Jesus.” Has carved statues of St. Mary and St. Joseph, as well as of the Corpus (body) of Christ showing Polynesian features. One scheduled mass features hula. www.saint-theresa.com

St. Francis Xavier Mission Church
Located just off Kahekili Highway in Kahakuloa. Founded in 1846. Is a mission church of St. Ann’s in Waiheʻe. Email: info@st-ann-maui.org

Island of Molokaʻi including County of Kalawao

Note: Kalawao County, the smallest county in the U.S., encompasses the isolated Kalaupapa Peninsula on the Island of Molokaʻi. From 1866 to 1969 it was developed and used to treat and quarantine Hansen’s Disease patients. Of the six Catholic churches on Molokaʻi, two, St. Francis of Assisi and St. Philomena, are located in the County of Kalawao.

Lady of Seven Sorrows Catholic Church
Located at 8011 Kamehameha V Highway in Kaluaʻaha across from Nīʻaupala Fishpond. Built under the leadership of Father Damien in 1874. Rebuilt in early 1960s retaining the style of the original church. Has a large wooden cross on the lawn which faces the Pacific Ocean. Is a mission church of St. Damien of Molokaʻi Catholic Church and Parish. www.damienchurchmolokai.org

St. Damien of Molokaʻi Catholic Church
Located at 115 Ala Mālama Street in Kaunakakai. Dedicated in December 2011 to replace St. Sofia Church (1938) which had an overflow of parishioners. Is a parish church of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows, St. Joseph Church, and St. Vincent Ferrer Church. www.damienchurcholokai.org

St. Francis of Assisi Church
Located on Damien Road on the Kalaupapa peninsula. Built in 1900 by to replace Our Lady Health of the Sick Church, which was built by Father Damien in the fall of 1873 and expanded several times before he died. Burned down in 1906 because of carelessness of altar boys and lighted charcoal; rebuilt and dedicated in 1908. www.damienchurchmolokai.org

St. Joseph Church
Located along E. Kamehameha V Highway in Kamalō. Is also known as St. Damien Church and Father Damien Church. Built by Father Damien in 1876 and is the second oldest church on Molokaʻi. Has no regularly scheduled mass; door is closed but unlocked, so visitors are welcome. Is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Has a statue of Father Damien next to it which is always adorned with a lei. www.damienchurchmolokai.org. www.govisithawaii,com

St. Philomena Church
Located on the Kalaupapa Peninsula. Built between 1872 and1889; constructed initially by Hansen’s disease patients; expanded by Father Damien several times after he arrived in 1873. Is part of the Kalaupapa National Park under the management of the National Park Service. www.damienchurchmolokai.org/wp/saintphilomena

St. Vincent Ferrer Church
Located at 274Maunaloa Road in Maunaloa. Is a mission church of St. Damien of Molokaʻi Catholic Church. www.damienchurchmolokai.org

Island of Lānaʻi

Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Church
Located at 815 Fraser Avenue in Lānaʻi City. www.sacredheartslanai.org


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