According to Juan Romero, the 17 year old busboy at the time who held the head of the dying Senator Robert F. Kennedy in his hand. He says in the linked article below: ""I could feel a steady stream of blood coming through my fingers," Romero reportedly said. "I remember I had a rosary in my shirt pocket and I took it out, thinking that he would need it a lot more than me. I wrapped it around his right hand and then they wheeled him away."
RFK had 11 children with his wife. The following quote is from the Wikipedia article on the senator: "Kennedy's Catholicism was central to his politics and personal attitude to life and its purpose; he inherited his faith from his family. He was more religious than his brothers
and approached his duties with a Catholic worldview
. Throughout his life, he made reference to his faith, how it informed every area of his life, and how it gave him the strength to re-enter politics following his older brother's assassination. His was not an unresponsive and staid faith, but the faith of a Catholic Radical, perhaps the first successful Catholic Radical in American political history.http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/06/01/busboy-who-held-dying-robert-f-kennedy-shares-senators-last-words.html