What is the differences between what Catholic and protestent priests wear?


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2011-01-07 04:30:56
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There are 33,000+ denominations of Protestantism, this question would be impossible to answer by any one person. Indeed, some Protestant denominations do not have priests, but some do refer to their ministers as priests.

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