Saint Adalbert Cemetery is located on Milwaukee Avenue in the town of Niles, a near north suburb of Chicago. Saint Adalbert is the largest Catholic Cemetery of the Archdiocese of Chicago. It was established in 1872 to serve Polish Catholics of the north side. The cemetery is named for the tenth century Saint Adalbert, the first Polish saint, known as the "Apostle of the Slavs" or "Apostle of Bohemia". A nobleman, bishop, and founder of a monastery, Adalbert was martyred on 23 April 997 while preaching to the Prussians. There are many beautiful angels located here...
I'm watching you from heaven, just beyond the morning sky.
and watched him take your hand.
He told me you are in more pain,
then I could ever be.
He wiped his eyes and swallowed hard,
then gave your hand to me.
Although you may not feel my touch,
or see me by your side.
I've whispered that I love you, while I wiped each tear you cried.
So please try not to ache for me, we'll meet again one day,