The father of a Ethan, a young man with autism begins his story by recounting a visit from their bishop to discuss their son receiving the priesthood:
"Well, as we sat and discuss this for nearly an hour, Bishop Noble said (and I'm paraphrasing), "I think we should ordain Ethan. Not just for him, but for the ward. I think it would be a great thing for the ward to be able to see him passing the sacrament and experience him. In fact, I hope he does have a meltdown while passing the sacrament..."
"Are you kidding me!?!
"I hope he does have a meltdown while passing the sacrament."