Roman Catholic AnswerThe question, as asked, makes no sense, as the Catholic religion IS the Christian religion, thus there is no difference.
Well, my mom told me this, the difference between a Catholic mass and a Christian mass is a Christian does not have communion and does not have a tabernacle. But a Catholic mass does give out communion and does have a tabernacle.
There is no difference, Catholics are Christians, if you are asking about the difference between a particular protestant wedding and a Christian Catholic wedding, then you should ask that.
The Church of England is a Protestant Religion. Protestant is different from Catholic, within the Christian Faith.
There is no difference, Catholic and Christian are the same thing. If you are using the term "Christian" to refer to the protestant Bible, then ask that question.
Catholic AnswerCatholic weddings are Christian, if you are asking what the difference is between Catholic and protestant weddings, please see the Related Question below.
Catholic AnswerNone, Catholic and Christian are the same thing.
neck and neck race between catholic christian religion and Islam
Roman Catholic AnswerNo difference, Catholic and Christian is the same thing. I imagine that you are asking the difference between a Catholic/Christian Bible and a protestant Bible, which protestants may refer to as a Christian Bible. Protestants have removed a number of books from the Old Testament as they were uncomfortable with not believing things that the Bible said, so they changed the Bible.
The difference is that Christianity is one religion out of several; in other words, there are other, non-Christian, religions.
A Catholic Mass is particular to Catholicism.Christian communion includes Catholic Mass and also includes similar rituals from all the branches of the Christian faith.
Nothing.. Catholicism is a religion, an Irish Catholic is someone who has roots, family a link with Ireland.
Baptists are a sect of Christianity, not a separate religion.
There is no difference, it's two different words for the same thing.
catholic is christian.
.Catholic AnswerNot a blessed thing for the simple reason that Catholic and Christian are the same thing.
Taoism is a natural philosophy, Catholicism is a revealed religion.
A Catholic is a Christian they believe in the same God and respect Him
The question makes no sense as Catholic and Christian mean exactly the same thing. If you want to know what the difference is between Catholic and protestant, then you should ask that.
One is a religion and the other is a language:Catholic refers to a follower of Catholicism, which is a major Christian religion.Hebrew refers to the language spoken in Israel, and by Jewish people all over the world.
Christian, Catholic, And I'm not sure about this but it's a choice between Jew and Muslim.
Not really anything, if you are using the word Christian to refer to someone who is not Catholic. Messiani and Christian are commonly used in modern times to refer to people outside the Catholic Church, so there is no difference at all, Messiani are just another form of protestant.
Catholics are Christians, the original Christian, so all Catholic baptisms are Christian but not all Christian baptisms of other Christian sects are recognized as legitimate. They must follow a prescribed formula.
Catholics are Christian.Roman Catholic AnswerThere is no difference between a Catholic and a Christian according to the traditional interpretation of these two words, unfortunately, since the time of the protestant revolt, heretics have appropriated the word "Christian" to mean someone who believes in their own version of Jesus Christ and their own version of the Bible, and excludes Catholics.