New US bishop donated kidney to parishioner
Catholic World News - March 12, 2010
A parish priest who recently donated a kidney to a parishioner has been named an auxiliary bishop.
“It's been a tremendously rewarding experience,” said Msgr. Mark Seitz, one of two newly-appointed Dallas auxiliary bishops, and “a way God has given me to feel closer to the Lord that I serve that didn't only give a kidney, but his whole life.”
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