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The Adamah Antidote: Episode 4

In our latest podcast episode, our host Ronnie Convery chats with writer Rosemary Black about some of her recent Adamah articles. 

Rosemary Black is a designer, writer, wife, mum and a tutor in Architecture at Edinburgh University, who writes from the Scottish Highlands where she has recently moved with her family. She has written for the RIBA Journal and other publications, maintaining an interest in stories, faith, architecture, landscape, visual media, education and the points at which they cross over.

In this episode, our host Ronnie Convery chats with Rosemary about some of her recent Adamah articles. They discuss the importance of the round table in a family home, the relationship between the pro-life and environmentalist movements, Rosemary’s recent big changes in life, War and Peace, and much more. 


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Ronnie Convery is a journalist and broadcaster who has written for a variety of publications in the UK and Italy. Currently he divides his time between directing communications at the Archdiocese of Glasgow and serving as Italian Honorary Consul in the city. He has a long background in print and TV, a strong presence on social media and recently penned a book entitled Reclaiming the Piazza (about creating space for dialogue to overcome division). Ronnie is Associate Editor of Adamah.

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