News & Updates on what’s happening “behind the scenes” at Communion Sanctorum

Musical Selections for the CS Intro

There’s 5 pieces:
1) Gregorian Chant – Puer natus Est Nobis
2) Palestrina – Missa Papae Marcelli
3) Handel – Hallalujah Chorus
4) Mozart – Dies Ire from The Requiem
5) Matt Redman – 10,000 Reasons

Thanks to the Listeners

I want to thank all those who subscribe & listen regularly. I hope you’re enjoying Communio Sanctorum & look forward to each week’s episode which comes out each Sunday morning.

If you found Communio Sanctorum by doing a search on iTunes, you probably know how difficult it can be to find what you’re looking for. Many thousands of people use iTunes as a podcast portal . So tracking down what you want can be a challenge. Compared to some of the history podcasts available on the net, our traffic at Communio Sanctorum is small, so we’re buried  deep in the list. One way to move us higher, & so make us easier to find, is of course to have more people listening. So if you’ve found this podcast informative, please let others know and encourage them to subscribe.

Another way is by going to our iTunes page & writing a review.

Welcome to Communio Sanctorum

Communion Sanctorum – The History of the Christian Church is a short-format podcast on the history of the Christian church from the 1st Century to the present. They release weekly.

It began out of my desire to find a Church History podcast similar to Mike Duncan’s excellent The History of Rome, that is, short episodes that can be easily absorbed while doing chores, working out, going for a run, or listening to on the way to and from work. My search online revealed a few church history courses that were an hour or more in length and had a classroom-feel. A few were engaging while others quickly became tedious. Since necessity is the mother of invention, I decided to go ahead and give podcasting a try.

Subscribers are encouraged to “like” the CS Facebook page and keep an eye there for announcements.

Lance