The Rev. Pat Lee will never forget the day in 1985 when a nurse urged
him to scour his hands with bleach after anointing a man stricken by a
mysterious virus. Later, when blood splattered his shoes at a
parishioner's hospital bedside, he scrubbed his feet with bleach too.
For years, doctors and nurses called on the Roman Catholic priest to
administer the sacrament of the sick because he was the only one willing
to come, they said, when a patient lay dying of AIDS.
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