Catherine's brother Robert is a Jerkass, but he does pay an abbess to keep the bear Catherine saved from a bear-baiting. It makes her stop and wonder if he's really as terrible as he's always appeared.
Catherine's father, of all people, gets one. When he returns home and finds the village priest hovering around to give his wife last rites, as she's had a very difficult birth and looks likely to die, he throws everyone out and takes care of her until dawn. Catherine muses that she thinks he fought the Devil and won.
After Perkin's grandmother dies, he leaves the village for a while but not before saying goodbye to Catherine, and giving her his grandmother's cup, his thanks, and a kiss.
Catherine in turn gives him a picture she painted of his grandmother, looking happy and healthy in Heaven with Perkin and his flock of goats by her side.