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St. Philomena Church, Kalaupapa Peninsula, Moloka'i
Hawaii

St. Philomena Church was constructed through the efforts of Father Damien, the Catholic Saint who came to Kalaupapa Peninsula in 1873 to help people suffering from Hansen's disease (leprosy).

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