Thomas Maria Renz

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Thomas Maria Renz (born December 9, 1957 in Munich ) is auxiliary bishop in the diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart .

Renz was ordained a priest on October 8, 1984 in Rome by Joachim Cardinal Meisner for the Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart . Today's auxiliary bishop in Münster, Stefan Zekorn , was also part of the consecration year . On 29 April 1997 appointed him Pope John Paul II. To the titular of titular see of rucuma and auxiliary bishop in Rottenburg-Stuttgart. The episcopal ordination received his Bishop Walter Kasper on 22 June of the same year. Co-consecrators were the auxiliary bishops Johannes Kreidler and Bernhard Rieger .

Until his appointment as auxiliary bishop, Renz worked in Bad Saulgau . In May 1997 he was appointed cathedral chapter . At 39, he was the youngest member of the German Bishops' Conference . As head of the main youth department of the Episcopal Ordinariate in Rottenburg, he is the director of the youth foundation just . Renz Familiare has been a member of the Teutonic Order since 2005 .

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