What is the difference between the Catholic religon and the Christian religion?


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2011-10-25 18:07:45
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The Catholic religion is the original Christian religion. All other Christian denominations can trace their roots back to the Catholic Church. Since there are about 33,000 Protestant denominations, it would be impossible here to discuss all the differences.


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