The Reform Catholic Church allows clergy to marry so that they can participate more fully in the normal daily lives of men and women. Note that this is not a difference in religious faith from Roman Catholic since many Catholic churches in full communion with the Vatican also allow clergy to marry.
The Reform Catholic Church accepts various methods of birth control. Although we disapprove of abortions, we recognize that certain circumstances can justify some of them.
The Reform Catholic Church believes that God, through His clergy, joins together those who want to be married, and that God, through his clergy, can terminate a marriage for those want a divorce. Divorce is not favored by the Church, but the Church believes that divorce and remarriage should be allowed when a married couple are fundamentally incompatible and a true marriage relationship does not exist.
The Reform Catholic Church believes that when Christ told His disciples at the Last Supper to “Do this in remembrance of Me”, He meant that all Christians should honor and worship God by consuming food and drink in a communion of spirit and love at a meal-like gathering similar to the Passover Seder which was the Last Supper.
The Reform Catholic Church places great emphasis on the Old Testament, as well as the New Testament.
The Reform Catholic Church believes in adult baptism, which is equivalent to the Roman Catholic sacrament of Confirmation.
The Reform Catholic Church believes that it is equally effective and desirable to confess your sins to God as to a priest.