Built in 1952 on the site of Aruba's first Roman Catholic church, this house of worship is aptly named. Its high position in the island's interior affords excellent sunrise and sunset views. Inside the basic church, pews are arranged in a semicircle. Additional seating is outdoors. The road to the site is winding and dotted with white crosses, marking the 14 stations of the cross. On Good Friday, locals make pilgrimages up the hill.