The Protestant principle testifies to God’s sovereignty against human endeavors. Continually Protestants remind us not to absolute the relative. God is beyond nature and history. For many Protestants, the Bible is the ultimate source of truth, the living word of God. On the other hand, dogma, sacraments, and church are at the heart of Catholic belief. Protestants do not grant papal infallibility, preferring to rely on the corrections of the Holy Spirit. You need to continually protest against something.
Sunday worship on the Sabbath is the key Christian ritual, with special emphasis on the Easter and Christmas ceremonies. Sunday is the day of worship rather than Saturday because Sunday is the day of the Lord’s resurrection. Thus, every Sunday is a little Easter celebration. Worship centers on Bible readings and their interpretation with sermons and testimonials. Prayers, hymns, chants and the Lord’s Supper, or the Eucharistic meal, remain a mainstay of most Christian worship services. The various Christian symbolic actions or sacraments grow out of a Trinitarian baptism based on a belief in Jesus Christ.