Mary, Mother of Jesus
Tradition vs. Scripture
The above are the main doctrinal differences between Catholicism and non-Catholic Christianity. There are other differences, but these are due to human law, not divine, and may change e.g. Catholic priests of the Latin Rite may not be married, how the Church is governed and who chooses Church leaders.
And this only addresses Western Christianity. Coptic and the many versions of Orthodox Christianity (Greek, Ethiopian, etc.) are more similar to Catholic Christianity than to Protestant Christianity, but the specific differences go beyond the simple answer this question was seeking.
Well, the biger difference is that the catholics follow mostly their religion and the other cristians follow just the bible and god not a religion. And the similarity is that they both obey the same god.
There shouldn't be any differences, as Jesuits are Catholics.
Only Catholics use rosaries. Other Christians do not.
Catholics believe in every sacrament, all seven, instead of many Protestant religions, believing in only two sacraments.
Catholics are Christians who follow the teachings and leadership of the Roman Catholic Pope, who is based in Rome, Italy. Other Christians who are not Catholics generally do not follow the Pope, and have different views of what is important in the rituals of the Christian religion. Religions that are not Christian religions are more different, as they do not consider Jesus to have been divine or the son of the deity.
Catholics are Christian. Catholicism is one of many Christian denominations. Others include Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist - as well as many others. So, the differences between Catholicism and another Christian group depends a lot on what exactly the other group is. The differences between Catholics and Eastern Orthodox will be quite different than say, a list of differences between Catholics and Baptists.
Anglican Protestants, with a minority of other Protestants, Roman Catholics and Orthodox Christians.
Catholicism was founded by Jesus Christ. The others (except the Orthodox) were founded by men.
Well seeing as all Catholics are Christians, no. Christianity is the overall title for Protestants and Catholics. And all other denominations are within those(more specifically, Protestantism). Meaning all Catholics are Christians, but not all Christians are Catholic. So there are more Christians than there are Catholics..Catholic AnswerAll Catholics are Christians. Some who are outside the visible Church may be Christians if they are validly baptized and believe in the Nicene Creed in its traditional interpretation, so due to these invisible members of the Church, one could say that there were more Christians than Catholics.
The Catholic denomination within Christianity represents the largest or majority group of adherents with roughly 2.1 billion people.
diseases transmitted by Catholics and other Christians.
Melkites, as well as other Eastern Rites within the Catholic Church are all Catholics under the leadership of the Pope in Rome. There are minor differences in Mass rituals and language but, essentially, there are no major differences.
Protestants are Christians other than Catholics and Orthodox. This includes Anglicans (Episcopalians), Lutherans, Methodists, Baptists, etc.
Christians are Protestants.Roman Catholic AnswerThat is a very interesting question that can not be answered for the simple reason that different people define those words differently. Catholics say that anyone who is validly baptised and professes the Nicene Creed in its traditional interpretration is a Christian. At this point in time, that would exclude the vast majority of protestants. Protestants, on the other hand, use the word "Christian" to exclude Catholics, which rather boggles the mind, as there were no other Christians than Catholics for most of the centuries between us and Biblical times.
Christians celebrate their naming cermonies at a church. Muslims on the other hand do not.
No, they are not the same. Catholics are Christians, but not all Christians are Catholic. Christians are those that believe in Jesus Christ as the son of God. In addition to Catholics, Christianity includes Anglicans, Lutherans, Baptists, Methodists, Episcopalians, and numerous other churches.
catholics believe that jesus was the messiah. and technecally catholics are christians. being a christian means you follow christ. Technically there is more to that. Ya Catholics and Christians believe in Jesus Christ But there is differences as well. Some people say there both which is quite confusing. In some ways they are the same in some way they aren't Catholics under NO circumstances believe in abortion. Christians under some do. Basically Catholics have a lot of republican beliefs. It depends on the church really. It's complicated. The best way to find out is to ask someone.
The difference between other Christians and Seventh-Day Adventists is that we are absolute 10 commandment keepers, we believe that Ellen G.White was a prophet of God, we keep Lev.11 dealing with food and the sabbath.
in the Philippines 47% are catholics 33% are born again christians 15% are Muslims and 5% for other religious groups
In the context of Colonial America, although also true in any other context, the difference between Puritan and Catholic Christians can be summarized as follows: As Protestants, the Puritans emphasized the individual's faith-experience and the Christian Bible as essential for Christians. By contrast, Catholics emphasized as essential Church traditions, the celebration of the 'sacraments,' and the hierarchy of Church leaders.
That it happened, the same as all other Christians.
First of all Catholics are Christians; Catholicism is a part of Christianity, it's not a separate religion. Now to answer your question: The majority of Christians in Rome are Catholics, however there are also minority communities of Anglican, Orthodox, and perhaps other Christians.
Catholics are Christians and have no reason to circumcise their penis. There is no reason other then it is genital mutilation for them not to do it so you may find that catholics in the US may do it for non religious cultural reasons.
The difference between Christians and Jews is that Christians accept Jesus Christ as savior and Messiah and the Jewish people have not yet. Christians and Buddhists both believe in being loving and forgiving. Christians and Muslims both believe in modesty.
The pope is the head of the Catholics. Basically, all other Christians don't recognize the pope as their head. That includes many different Protestant groups, Mormons, and Orthodox Christians. Some Christians other than Catholics have their own pope, but of course they won't recognize "the" pope, i.e., the Catholic pope.