In Christianity, a minister is someone who is authorized by a church, or other
religious ... In Catholic churches, the concept of a priesthood is emphasised. ....
Among these central traditions have...
Jan 24, 2012 ... The only real difference is what the bartender says to them. ... Minister Ordinary
ministers are the bishops, priests and deacons who administer ...
Jan 30, 2012 ... Today's subject: the difference between Protestant ministers and Catholic priests,
as best I can discern it. The title above is a bit deceiving, ...
... and among Protestant Christians over the terms "minister" and "priest. ... He is
the Church's Chief Priest, pastor, teacher, liturgist and defender of the faith in a ...
Jun 20, 2012 ... Other than being people of The Cloth, and VERY CLOSE followers God, what
exactly is the difference between a Preacher, Priest, Pastor, ...
The differences between a pastor and a minister are fairly simply explained, with
... Catholic, think of it this way – the pastor is the Protestant version of the priest.
What is the difference between a priest and a minister? ... Protestant churches
reject the idea that there is a special class of religious people ...
Learn about the work of different church ministries. ... Minister and priest are both
terms used in the Anglican Church. ... It tended to become part of the general
division in the church between “Protestant” or “Low Church” and ... Other terms
such as “pastor” are also widely used to describe those in an ordained
leadership role ...
Sep 6, 2011 ... So many people become confused with the terms: priest, reverend, pastor, and
minister. It is probably the pastor and the minister that have the ...
Jul 29, 2011 ... According to the dictionary, a pastor is defined as a minister or a priest in charge
of a church. He may also be a person giving spiritual care to a ...