John Hirschauer is a freelance journalist who writes about religion, culture, and politics. His work has appeared in National Review Online, The New York Times, The Federalist, and others. He was the 2018 national undergraduate winner of the William F. Buckley, Jr. Ideas essay contest and is deeply passionate about Catholicism and tradition. A frequent volunteer at a state institution for disabled adults, John is a public advocate for those who reside in institutions and their families. He can be found on Twitter at @JohnHirschauer.
Author: John Hirschauer
Cardinal Dolan’s Frustrations, and Ours
I have no reason or standing to question Cardinal Timothy Dolan’s motives or intentions — he seems like a good man following the dictates of his conscience, and I humbly defer to the authority attendant to him and his office. …