The Ulmas are on the path to beatification with the Vatican declaring them martyrs Dec. 17, 2022.
Polish family murdered by Nazis along with Jews they sheltered recalled on Holocaust Remembrance Day; family’s martyrdom paves way for beatification
Vatican makes archives detailing aid to Jews available online
The documentation, titled “Ebrei” (“Jews”), aims “to preserve the petitions for help from Jewish people all over Europe, received by (Pope Pius XII) during the Nazi-Fascist persecutions,” the Vatican said.
Catholic faith remains unceasing comrade for WWII veteran
St. Cloud resident Ed Crawford prays the rosary twice on his daily walks. He turns 99 Dec. 6, the day before Americans observe the 80th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack.
Diocese of Wichita set to welcome home remains of Korean War chaplain
Father Emil Kapaun, who died in a prisoner of war camp in 1951, is a candidate for sainthood.
Polish nuns killed by Soviet army as World War II ended showed courage
“This will show how courage and devotion are linked to saintliness,” said Sister Jozefa Krupa, spokeswoman for the Congregation of Sisters of St. Elizabeth, the religious order to which the women belonged.
Pope advances sainthood causes, including martyred Polish nuns
Recognizing the martyrdom of the 10 religious women, members of the Sisters of St. Elizabeth, clears the way for their beatification.
Film director switches formats, writes book on grandpa’s WWII heroism
Jon Erwin, film director, collaborates to write the book of his grandfather’s service in World War II.
Good films about the ‘Good War’: A viewer’s guide to WWII movies
In the 75 years since its conclusion, the Second World War has been the subject of innumerable films of widely varied worth.