If you’re a long-time subscriber to CS, there’s a chance your iTunes feed may have switched over to the Spanish feed. Here’s the fix . . . .
1) Unsubscribe the CS podcast and exit iTunes.
2) Go back into iTunes, go to the Store, search for “History of the Christian Church.”
3) Under the Podcasts section, make sure you’re seeing the English version. Re-subscribe. (BTW: The title of the podcast in iTunes is “The History of the Christian Church” not Communio Sanctorum. It’s a search feature technicality)
That should fix it for you. It has for others.
Here’s what happened . . .
When we started the Spanish edition of CS, we had to change the original feed from a generic label to one that designated it as “English.” The old feed that people had subscribed to wanted something to connect to, but instead of grabbing the new English feed, it decided it liked the Spanish feed more; so it went there by default.
Understand? Great, please explain it to me because I’m still mystified.
When we added the Spanish podcast to CS, we had to change the feeds podcast apps use to access the podcast. It seems most Android apps automatically changed the feed to the Spanish episodes rather than the English. The problem is, I never registered CS with these apps. They just added the podcast because of its popularity. So I have to way of contacting them to correct the feed. You can try doing it in your app settings.
Here’s the correct feed for the English version –
The Spanish feed is –
Communio Sanctorum – History of the Christian Church is a short-form podcast on the history of the Christianity Church from the First Century to the Modern Era. The podcast began as a desire to find a Church History podcast similar to the excellent podcast by Mike Duncan, The History of Rome. My hope was to find short episodes that can be easily listened to while doing chores, working out, going for a run, or listening on the way to work. As I searched the internet, I found long lectures of an hour or more taken from classes offered in schools. A few were interesting, but as continued listening, they often grew tedious. So I decided to do my own podcast. Here we are many years later and CS has had a notable growth in followers. In a desire to satisfy the needs of a growing audience, we’ve improved the website and I am in the process of re-recording the episodes of the first season.
I want to thank my webmaster Dade Ronan, at Win At Wed for his help in the development of the new site.
Thanks to Lem Dees, a subscriber of many years to CS and a voice-over artist for producing the new Intros & OUtros.
Thanks to John Parra and Roberto Aguayo for their help ion the Spanish version of the first season of CS. John does the intros and outros of the podcast while Roberto translates the episodes and records them into Spanish.
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