is a Gothic style cathedral located on Baldwin Avenue in Paia, the first stop on the Road to Hana. Built in 1926, the Holy Rosary Church itself is a worthy destination boasting beautiful stained glass windows and lush green grounds.  For Hawaii history buffs, the Holy Rosary Church has another attraction in its beautiful marble sculpture of Saint Damien of Molokai.  Erected in 1976 and sculpted by an unnamed sculptor, this life size likeness of Father Damien is situated in front of a large display of beautiful flowers on the church grounds.  The statue shows the sainted catholic priest from Belgium seated with a man lying on the ground between his feet.  The touching Italian marble sculpture tells the story of Father Damien, famous for his selfless devotion to the lepers of Kalaupapa and Kalawao, two leper colonies located on the island of Molokai. You can get to the church from Hana Picnic Lunch Company.