Stochastic orders are binary relations defined on probability distributions which capture intuitive notions like being larger or being more variable. This paper introduces stochastic ordering of interference distributions in large-scale networks modeled as point processes. Interference is a major performance-limiting factor in most wireless networks, thus it is important to characterize its statistics. Since closed-form results for the distribution of interference for such networks are only available in limited cases, it is of interest to compare network interference using stochastic orders, for two different point processes with different fading or path-loss scenarios between the interferers and the receiver. In this paper, conditions on the fading distribution and path-loss model are given to establish stochastic ordering between interferences. Moreover, Laplace functional ordering is defined between point processes and applied for comparing interference. Monte-Carlo simulations are used to supplement our analytical results.