In a modern multi-denominational society, eachfrom more or less numerous religious groups is divided into flock, that is, parishioners of a temple, and those who direct the process of sending (priests). With all the diversity of church life, religious worshipers, as they are called in official documents, have some similarities. They should be good psychologists, use authority, have good command of oral speech, have a high level of intelligence and know the spiritual literature that sanctifies the worldview concept of the confession they represent.
There are also Catholic ministers of religious worship.What do they call them? The priest. They carry out the spiritual decoration of the flock of the papal Roman church. Their activity by means of mass media is consecrated undeservedly rarely. Most of the Catholic priests are decent people, it just so happened that the Vatican's influence in Russia is small. In addition, in recent years, the Roman Church has set itself the goal of increasing its popularity in the West, it has made significant worldview concessions and pursues a policy of ecumenism, which in turn does not add adherents to it among our fellow citizens, who mostly gravitate toward traditional moral values.
Protestant ministers of religious worshipare usually called pastors. These include Lutheran priests who unite believing ethnic Germans and representatives of American denominations (Baptists, Seventh Day Adventists, Mormons, etc.). Representatives of overseas sects are active in attracting new adherents. For this purpose, colorful booklets are printed, and followers of Protestant denominations start theosophical conversations with passers-by on the streets, and sometimes walk around the apartments, handing out religious literature. Lutheran pastors behave with restraint.
All priests, regardless of denomination, have a common feature. They simply have to be interesting people, otherwise they will not get the attention of the parishioners.