Voodoo originates out of west Africa and is much older than witchcraft, in fact it is much older that Christianity dating back more than 20 000 thousand years ago. It also has more strict rules than modern witchcraft.
Yes, of course there is. Voodoo is more of a practice, and "witchcraft" isn't a religion, but rather part of a religion called Wicca. That's like me asking if there's a difference between Christians and Catholics; you both be live in God, right?
If your faith can handle the idea, look into both Voodoo and Wicca and see for yourself what the differences are. There's nothing wrong with learning.
Yes. Voodoo as we know it today is a combination of ancient African rituals combined with Catholicism. Witchcraft is derived from ancient Celtic Wiccanism and pagan rituals.
Whereas "spells" and other casting behavior is intrinsic to voodoo, that is not the case in Wiccan, which is actually a religion based on honoring nature and the constant change the seasons bring. You can be a Wiccan and not cast spells.
Yes Voodoo is the manipulation of an exterior body in order to cause harm to a living thing. Witchcraft is the manipulation on any object living or nonliving to to cause personal pleasure, either harmful to the community of helpful.( almost always harm full)
Yes and no. Witchcraft, in the broad sense of the term, is any type of folk, practical, usually earth- or nature-based type of spiritual practice or set of beliefs, typically involving the use of magic, incantations, and the like. Voodoo is an instance of witchcraft originally from Haiti (but now more widespread) that relies heavily on working with souls (and sometimes bodies) of the departed. As witch raft, voodoo has great affinity for nature, natural phenomena, nature spirits, etc. A unique version of voodoo exists in New Orleans, LA (USA). From the little I know about New Orleans voodoo (or as they call it "hoodoo") it resembles perhaps more Afro-Caribbean religions in general, such as in being a combination of African religious beliefs mixed in with Catholic traditions. Haitian voodoo, at least in my opinion, is a rather unique type of Afro-Caribbean religion in some respects. A good example of how Haitian voodoo is unique is its belief in and working with the bodies of the dead made to be in an almost-robotic status under the command of someone experienced in that spiritual tradition. These are the so-called "zombies", the definition of which can vary depending on what sources you read or ask. I've heard these are bodies of people who were buried alive and then taken out of their tombs (where things like oxygen deprivation took a toll on their brain). Alternatively, these are people who haven't really died but have been subjected to taking certain natural chemicals that make them "zombie-like." In its raw form, of course, the belief is that zombies are the bodies of people who have actually died and who now are paying for past evil deeds in somewhat robotic-fashion at the command of a voodoo practitioner.