The Apostles Creed is a brief summary of the Trinity and the person and work of Jesus Christ, not an exhaustive statement of faith. It originated in the Western Church as a last-minute examination of baptismal candidates. It probably existed as early as the third century, but it didn’t take its modern form until the eighth century. Notice that the creed is in three parts, which are the answers to the following three questions:
Do you believe in God the Father?
Do you believe in Jesus Christ?
Do you believe in the Holy Spirit?
Protestants, Catholics, and Anglicans use the Apostles Creed extensively, especially in baptismal services. Orthodox Christians do not disagree with any statement in the Apostles Creed, but they do not use it in worship or recognize it as a an official creed of the Church, since it does not have the authority of an ecumenical council.
Note that in the creed, the word ‘catholic’ has its dictionary meaning of ‘universal.’