There 95 things the Catholic Church do or believe that aren't Biblical. Google it and you'll find out what they are. Protestants go by The Whole Bible and know it as The True Inspired Word of God. They believe you are Saved by grace though faith and not of works.
Protestants dont worship Mary or consider her any more important or different than any other human, dont the hold the pope in highest esteem or pray to dead men call'saints'. There are many other differences but these are the biggies.
Protestants Who Follow Teachings of Jesus Christ of Nazareth Are Taught That God Has Given Him All Power & Authority. T h i s Gives Followers Di r e c t Access To God As Opposed To Catholic Be- Lief In Statues, Pope, M a r y 4 A c c e ss 2 Kingdom Resour- ces. ---------------------- Scripture Quote ---------------------- Hebrews 4:14-16 Jesus Is High Priest
To be Catholic is to be fully Christian. All Catholics are Christians, but not all Christians are Catholics. A Christian is someone who believes in Jesus Christ as the Son of God and is baptized. A Catholic is a specific kind of Christian - one who also believes the Catholic Church was founded by Christ and accepts it as possessing the fullness of Christian truth and the means of salvation. Being Catholic involves three main things: (1) sincerely holding to the Catholic faith as taught by the Magisterium, which is the official teaching of the body of the Church; (2) accepting the sacraments of the Catholic Church; and (3) submitting to the teaching authority of the pope and the bishops in communion with him. (My answer continues in the comments)