Strange and true, they define themselves as “Christians”, but they don’t believe in the Resurrection! Even re-incarnation or a complete vanishing seems to them more plausible and desirable! According to Aeneas’ Quest, this is the situation among French Catholics, and we have no reason to infer that Catholics of other nationalities may differ substantially.
A visitor of the Greek-speaking blog of Ellopos asked what are the differences between Orthodox and Catholic Christians. I gave her a short answer, referring her to an online article where such differences are listed, warning her at the same time, that most of these differences need careful thinking if one is going to understand their deeper meaning, otherwise they look insignificant. Finally I told her that all of these differences come from and lead to a Catholic understanding of the Christian faith as a road that makes man a slave of God. For an Orthodox Christian a man should become not a slave but a friend of God and be united with Him.