Artie and Judy grew up in Quincy, Massachusetts where they met as teenagers. Each of them came from families with eight children and they went on to have thirteen of their own. Ranging in age from thirteen to thirty-six, the Boyles are a diverse group including a medical doctor, a professional hockey player, a seminarian, a theologian, and many talented athletes and students. They also have fifteen grandchildren. Since Artie’s miraculous healing in Medjugorje in 2000, he has traveled the world with Ivan Dragicevic, one of the visionaries, speaking to thousands of people in the US, South America, Canada, and Europe. In Ireland, one of their recent talks drew 6,000 attendees. He and Judy recently celebrated the tenth anniversary of their weekly Medjugorje prayer group; and Judy and her sister, with the help of other mothers, lead a weekly children’s Rosary group. She is also the director of a group home where their adult son, Artie, Junior, resides. The Boyles have lived in Hingham, Massachusetts, for the last thirty years. Six Months to Live is their story.