Deacon Thomas Wolf (36), head of the Central Information Office of the Episcopal Ordinariate in Würzburg, is half-time deacon in the main job for the parish community. Um Maria Sondheim, Ernstein?? In the future pastoral area of Karlstad. With the other half in position, he is completing his core vocational training as a deaf. According to the press release of the Diocese of Würzburg, the directive is limited to August 31, 2024. The place of employment is the parish “Our Lady” in Ernstein, superior pastor Christian Emmersbach.
Wolf was born in Hammelburg in 1985. After graduating from the Frobenius-Gymnasium in Hammelburg in 2004, he studied theology and teaching for primary schools. He completed his legal clerkship in the primary schools of Schweinfurt and Poppenhausen. In 2014 he joined the Diocese of Würzburg as an employee of the IT department. In 2015 he took over the management of the Department of Reporting and Statistics and since 2016 has been the head of the Central Information Office of the Episcopal Ordinariate in Würzburg. Bishop Dr. Franz Jung consecrated him as a permanent deacon at the Kilians Cathedral in Würzburg on October 12, 2019. Wolf is married and has two children.