All Christians revere the Bible and consider it to be an authoritative text. The Catholic Church teaches that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and is free from error. But Protestants say that the Bible is the only inspired Word of God, and yet the Bible never claims that.
Protestants and Catholics interpret Scripture differently. Protestantism asserts that “Scripture Alone” is the authority for Christians, and that the individual believer is competent, with the help of the Holy Spirit, to interpret the meaning of the Bible, Catholics believe that the New Testament establishes certain institutions to guide us in the interpretation of Scripture. They are Tradition and the Church.
Catholics freely acknowledge that we live within an interpretive community, and that we measure our interpretations against those of the saints, and against the authoritative body established by Christ, which we call the Magisterium, the teaching authority of the Church.
Protestants also operate within an interpretive community. The meaning of any particular passage is actually dependent on the tradition of interpretation of your denomination. Within Protestant communities, traditions arise and are taken for granted. The Bible does not say that we must accept Jesus Christ into our heart as our personal Lord and Savior. Yet many Protestants say we must. (By the way, Catholics do, too, though many don’t realize it. We accept Jesus into our hearts as our personal Lord and Savior every time the priest lifts up the host and says “This is the Lamb of God who takes a way the sins of the world” and the entire congregations exclaims “Amen” in agreement.
Altar calls, the Sinner’s prayer, and many others would round out the examples.
We do not, and should not disparage how Protestants worship in any way. In fact, most Catholics know that “Catholic” is not a denomination, it’s the original description of “Christian”, and all other self-named Christians are members of the Catholic Church, whether they like it or not, whether they profess it or not. Being Christian automatically makes you part of the Body of Christ, the Catholic Church.