The difference depends on the denomination of the religious tradition that clergy belongs to.
Under Christianity, Catholics have priests, Protestants have pastors, Baptists have preachers, Methodists have ministers. However these distinctions are not very strong. Some Baptists have ministers, who may call themselves pastors or reverend.
The only strong association is Catholicism and the Priesthood; no other denomination uses the priest title within Christianity.
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