|Can you imagine a nicer couple of saints?|
Blessed John Paul II's homily on the occasion was surprising in a couple of ways. First, he assumed his listeners knew about the lives of these two beati, so he didn't bother to go into details. Second, he spoke of their life rather than their lives, appropriate perhaps for a joint beatification but still strange. Here's an excerpt.
In their life, as in the lives of many other married couples who day after day earnestly fulfil their mission as parents, one can contemplate the sacramental revelation of Christ's love for the Church. Indeed, "fulfilling their conjugal and family role by virtue of this sacrament, spouses are penetrated with the spirit of Christ and their whole life is permeated by faith, hope, and charity; thus they increasingly further their own perfection and their mutual sanctification, and together they render glory to God." (Gaudium et spes, n. 48)
Here's a link to the whole beatification document.