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For those who continue past Hana, Ohe'o Gulch, and Kipahulu on Hwy 360 and the Piilani Hwy around the back side (or south side) of the island, not driving a quarter mile to the Holy Ghost Mission would be a terrible mistake. Further, you would...More
My family and I are Portuguese and catholic so visiting this church built in 1899 was a must do on our trip. The lady at the gift shop was really sweet and encouraged us to explore the church and grounds. I am glad my kids...More
I made a quick stop here and was not disappointed. It is a very sweet little church with beautiful Stations of the Cross brought from Austria. The staff was vacuuming when I arrived but devoted time to welcoming me and answering questions. I walked around...More
When traveling 'upcountry' be sure to make a stop at this special place. It is infused with history, culture, and apparent care by the 'locals' who are members of this parish. The views are stunning. Take the few minutes in your travels to see the...More
We drove out to Kula to attend the Saturday evening mass. What a great experience. Very friendly parish. We enjoyed the singing and loved the small yet ornate church. Lovely gift shop was a nice place to visit after mass. Adjoining cemetery is beautiful too.
It is worth visiting this little jewel built in 1895 by Portuguese immigrants from Madeira and the Azores. The drive to the church in upcountry Maui is beautiful and so is the view from the church. It is inspirational to folks of all beliefs.
On a rainy day decided to go see the Holy Ghost Mission Church in Kula. Built in 1890's for the Portuguese immigrants who came to Maui as labors for the sugar plantations. Has a very exquisite altar and Station of the Cross.well worth the time.
It is located on the same road that goes to Haleakala and well worth the drive if you like exploring old churches. The actual name of the site is the Church of the Holy Ghost and it was built in the 1890's. The church is...More
Holy Ghost Mission was built to serve the Portuguese workers that came to Hawaii to work on the sugar plantations and was consecrated in 1899. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. An active congregation still uses the church. It is in the...More