Posted almost 6 years ago
Catholics: The bread and wine in the Eucharist are miraculously, and mysteriously, changed in to the Body and Blood of Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. Protestants believe there is no change and that Christ's presence is symbolic (though many Anglicans do believe there is a change)
Catholics: believe that only Catholics are permitted to partake of the Eucharist. Protestants practice "Open Communion" that expressly welcomes all believers to the Lord's table, regardless of denomination.
Catholics: There are seven sacraments (holy moments): Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation, Marriage, Ordination, Reconciliation/Confession and Anointing of the Sick. Protestants have only 2 sacraments: Baptism and Eucharist (though some Anglicans also believe in seven)
Catholics: The saints are worthy of both honor and respect due to their fidelity to Christ. Catholics do not pray to saints, but ask saints to pray for them just as they would ask any person of faith for prayer. For Catholics, saint's physical bodies may be dead, but they are spiritually with Christ. Protestants do not ask saints for prayer because they believe that only Christ can intercede with God the Father. Most non-Catholic Christians also view the practice of praying to saints as idolatry.
There are more, but i feel like this post is big enough lol
Man says God is dead but even still man dies, Jesus Christ still lives so evidently man lies. Tell me, who's the man with the world in his hand, is there any? Can he tangle with the blood of the lamb? Tell me can you speak to the sun and make it rise and in the evening speak again and tell the sun get out the sky? Nah!