Jonathan Bading’s dad was an organist in their Presbyterian church, so from a very early age, he found himself drawn to the beauty of sacred music. As he got older, and began to witness the debates over what kind of music should be used at worship services, it caused him to question the purpose of music, and eventually study the history of Christian liturgy. When he discovered the beauty of the Mass, he realized that there was a way to worship God that transcended his own personal preference.