I'm very late with this. For several years, maybe 7 or 8, I've saved a newspaper clipping about Jozef and Wiktoria Ulma from the village of Markowa in Poland. They and their seven children, the seventh being Wiktoria's unborn child in the womb, were murdered by the Nazis for harboring Jews. The clipping I saved was brief in content, no more than a paragraph, but it left such an impression that it's never seemed quite right to throw it away.
It would have been bad enough for the husband and wife to have been shot, but seven young children from ages 7 to 18 months? How can one even begin to understand what it means to do that? The unspeakably inhumane actions of the Germans are spelled out further in this Zenit article from earlier this year. The beatification of the Ulma Family was, I believe, carried out in May of this year.