Elder Anderson meets with the Bishop of Napoli, who believes that the best way to get the attention of lost youth is not strict discipline, but turning mistakes into moments of teaching. Rumors quickly spread that Anderson believes he has a higher calling than the other boys in the Order, but as President Manwaring and Bishop Davis learn, his charisma will make him the most effective minister. The elders rarely have external contact with priests, but Manuaring and Anderson have known each other since high school. When Manwaring instructs the boy, Anderson feels the same attraction to Manwaring as he did during their schooling together. Although Anderson was the perfect student, talented athlete, and exemplary citizen, he knew college was not for him. He shares with Napoli that he is destined for something more and that he is ready to devote himself entirely to teaching the Order.