Polish town prepares for beatification of family killed for saving Jews

The story of the Ulma family dates to the winter of 1942, when Józef and Wiktoria and their seven children provided shelter for eight Jews in the attic of their home in Markowa. After the Ulma family was denounced by a policeman in 1944, they and the Jews they hid were killed. The September 10 ceremony will mark the first time an entire family has been beatified.