Of course Catholics consider themselves to be Christians. After all, they were the original Christian Church.Roman Catholic AnswerThe question should be: can anyone who is not Catholic consider themselves a Christian? And the answer would be, anyone who is validly baptised and believes in the Nicene Creed in its original interpretation is a Christian, because they are part of the Catholic Church. The current usage where almost anyone can call themselves a "Christian" is to be deplored as to do that they are redefining who our Blessed Lord was and is, in His Mystical Body, which is the Catholic Church.
Of course not. Catholics consider Muslims unbelievers. All religious believers will consider themselves as true believers. However, Muslims don't consider Catholics, or Christians in general, unbelievers. Muslims consider Christians (as Jews) people of the book because Musilms believe in the holy books of the Bible and the Torah.
Yes! 90% of Colombia's population identify themselves as Catholics & Christians, Catholics & Christians celebrate Christmas!
Yes. Amish consider themselves Christians.
Yes because Catholics are Christians and Catholics are certainly free to date amongst themselves. Catholics are also free to date Protestants and even Non-Christians.
Christians came first. The Catholic church did not exist until quite some centuries later. If you mean Protestants who they call themselves Christians, then the Catholics were formed first.
Catholicism is the root and beginning of Christianity. The majority of all people that coincide themselves Christians today are Catholics.
Catholics are Christians.
Catholics are Christians.
.Catholic AnswerBy no means, Catholics consider themselves, or should consider themselves as leaven in the world, they are called by Our Blessed Savior to preach their faith at all times, and, if necessary, use words. See St. Matthew 13:33 and following. They are called to be in the world, not of it.
Not much as Catholics are Christians.
Unitarianism is a branch of Christianity and they do consider themselves Christians. They differ from other types of Christians because they do not believe in the idea of the Trinity. (please note that Unitarian Universalism is a different religious movement, not to be confused with Unitarian Christianity)
The term Evangelical Catholic is used by Christians who consider themselves both "catholic" and "evangelical." Evangelical Catholic (catholic is the noun with evangelical modifying) can refer to: evangelical Protestant Christians who consider themselves catholic Christians that identify with the historic Christian Church, who believe that the early ecumenical councils and the Protestant Reformation were both part of the progressive illumination of the Holy Spirit; Roman Catholics who want to identify themselves more closely with evangelical Protestants with similar ecumenical ideals and "progressive illumination"; Catholics who simply want to define themselves according to a penchant for evangelism. Evangelical Catholics may include Eastern Rite Catholic Churches or other churches that are not Roman Catholic, such as Anglican, Lutheran, Reformed, Baptist, or Pentecostal.