Hannah Marazzi

Hannah Marazzi is a masters student at the University of Cambridge. She is the co-editor of Opt In: A Beginner's Handbook to Canadian Politics, which will be published with McGill Queen's Press in Fall 2021. Hannah formerly served as the Stakeholder Officer for Cardus. Hannah is passionate about pluralism, citizen engagement, and the praxis between people and policy. She is a committed human rights advocate and has contributed to projects related to Holocaust education, interfaith dialogue, and refugees.  

Bio last modified December 23rd, 2020.
Articles by Hannah Marazzi
  • The Visual Prayers of Timothy Schmalz

    Hannah Marazzi with Timothy Schmalz

    For years, sculptor Timothy Schmalz has been turning the gazes of passersby towards visual representations of scripture, with his large-scale sculptures erected worldwide. Our own Hannah Marazzi sits down with Schmalz to discuss his art and the vision behind it. 

  • Why Vote?

    Hannah Marazzi

    Convivium’s Hannah Marazzi calls fellow Canadians to act on their democratic right to vote, a freedom not shared by all countries around the world. 

  • Astrophysics and The Society of Jesus

    Hannah Marazzi with Adam Hincks

    Fr. Adam Hincks, SJ, is one of 22 newly ordained priests to The Society of Jesus community. Convivium's Hannah Marazzi sits down with him to discuss his background in science and the journey that brought him to become a Jesuit priest.

  • Getting to Know the Media Nun

    Hannah Marazzi

    Sister Helena Burns has a certificate in bird biology, an effervescent love of hockey and a significant Twitter following. Convivium’s Hannah Marazzi sits down with her to learn more about life as a Daughter of St. Paul. 

  • The Barometer of the Heart

    Hannah Marazzi

    In an age marked by distraction and fragmentation, the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal are choosing a life marked by deep joy, service to the poor, and a community of faithfulness. Convivium's Hannah Marazzi sits down with Father Emmanuel Mansford, vocations director for the New York chapter to discuss vocation, trust, and deep community. 

  • Nones Who Know Nuns

    Hannah Marazzi with Katie Gordon

    Surprised and refreshed by her first encounter with a religious sister, Katie Gordon talks to Convivium’s Hannah Marazzi about the generative possibilities that could emerge from bringing religious nuns and religious nones together across generations and affiliations.  

  • Moved by Music

    Brian Doerksen with Hannah Marazzi

    Musician Brian Doerksen sits down with Convivium to discuss how music shaped him, how the needs of his family shaped his music, and how, in the end, collaboration is life.

  • Last Kiss

    Hannah Marazzi with Joshua Harris

    Convivium has been following the journey of writer and documentary-maker Joshua Harris as he unpacks the effects of his generation-changing book I Kissed Dating Goodbye. Hannah Marazzi caught up with him as he moves on to the next chapter in his life and work.

  • Who Dares Pan This Panther?

    Hannah Marazzi

    Last week, Editor-in-Chief Father Raymond de Souza dismissed Oscar-nominated Black Panther as a cinematic sop to Hollywood guilt and greed. Tut-tut, retorts reviewer Hannah Marazzi. It’s a marvel of movie-making beauty that leaves viewers vibrant with its message of mercy.

  • Do 11 Good Things

    Hannah Marazzi with Rabbi Reuven Bulka

    Rabbi Reuven Bulka, prolific writer, communicator and leader in the Jewish community, talks to Convivium’s Hannah Marazzi about the impact of the Pittsburgh synagogue murders and how to honour the 11 people killed at prayer.

  • Love in a Time of Tornadoes

    Hannah Marazzi with Joseph Park

    Canadians familiar with the Christian relief agency Samaritan's Purse usually think of it working in international disaster response from Haiti to Bangladesh. But as Senior Operations Manager Joseph Park tells Convivium’s Hannah Marazzi, it also brings aid and comfort to locales across Canada, including the nation’s capital during a recent terrifying time of mighty winds.

  • The Diversity of Open Hearts

    Hannah Marazzi with Levon Isakhanyan

    On Monday, our Editor in Chief, Father Raymond de Souza, raised some gently ironic questions about the Canadian Football League’s “Diversity is Strength” campaign. Today, Convivium’s Hannah Marazzi talks to Levon Isakhanyan, of the Armenian Diocese of Canada, about a new documentary that celebrates genuine diversity rooted in heart-felt love.

  • Sacred Music In Secular Culture

    Hannah Marazzi with Ben Ewert

    Convivium’s Hannah Marazzi talks to musical scholar and choral director Ben Ewert about his new role creating music to remind us that “God requires worship from every part of our being, not just our emotions.”

  • Tears of Joy in Ukraine

    Hannah Marazzi, with Wes Janzen, Kim Janzen

    As life-long lovers of music Wes and Kim Janzen had built successful careers as directors and performers in Canada. Surprised by the conviction that God was calling them to marry their love of music and mission in the country of Ukraine, the Janzens set off for the adventure of a lifetime. Suddenly, war broke out.

  • Faith in the Present Tense

    Hannah Marazzi

    Compelled by the depth of simultaneous faith and suffering articulated in Kate Bowler’s Everything Happens for a Reason and Other Lies I’ve Loved, reader Hannah Marazzi emerges challenged to examine the complex intersections of suffering and faithfulness, trusting, and questioning.

  • Raw Christianity

    Greg Musselman and Hannah Marazzi

    After 15 years with The Voice of the Martyrs Canada, former sportscaster Greg Musselman has travelled to more than 50 countries where Christianity is persecuted but also, he tells Convivium’s Hannah Marazzi, purified and renewed in the raw choice of loving Christ.