Catholic vs Alliance Church beliefs (differences)?

Question from Christine R on 2/27/2008:

What is the difference between the 'Alliance church' and the Catholic church?

Answer by David Gregson on 4/11/2008:
The Christian and Missionary Alliance is an Evangelical Protestant denomination. It differs from the Catholic Church in the ways that all Protestant groups differ from her, no Mass, no Confession, no devotion to the Saints, no belief in Purgatory, no indulgences, salvation by faith alone, reliance on the Bible alone with no authoritative interpreter, and so on. It would take a book to list all the differences, and a library to explain them.

If you have a friend that belongs to the Alliance Church, I suggest you get a copy of the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (available from our Religious Catalogue section, or an


  1. AnonymousMay 06, 2010

    the alliance church are a bunch of wackos who arent anything like most protestant religions.

    They do not believe women should minister and basically believe they should be left in kitches to cook in clean. They are compelled to push their beliefs and ideals on people regardless of how much people dont agree with them.

    They believe in the bible word for word even though many books are contradictory. They believe the world is only 6000 years old!

  2. AnonymousJuly 03, 2011

    We are all children of God when we repent our sins and by that act we are the equal in the eyes of God as the saints in heaven and Mother Mary, as we chose to be righteous in all our deeds and words... act like Jesus and your life will not be the same...