I thought I'd see if we can get some conversation going here. I love hearing about how people came to Jesus and His Church, so if you'd like to share, I'd love to listen:)
I was born Catholic and raised in a kind of mixed faith home (Mom's Catholic, Dad's Jewish). I was baptized, received communion and confirmed (age 12 in my diocese). We also celebrated major Jewish holidays with my Dad's family, but I never considered myself really Jewish and have never been to temple, apart from my cousins' bar mitzvahs. Then, soon after confirmation, my Mom stopped taking us to church for two or three years and I didn't really seek it out on my own as a teenager. We started going again in high school, but I didn't really believe a lot of what the church taught.
Then, in college, my grandpa recommended that I check out the Newman club. Best advice ever:) After a while, a lot of prayer and a lot of debates (they had an Apologetics club), I decided to trust more in Jesus and His Church's teachings. My husband and I met around that same time and kind of went through that process together, which is awesome, looking back on it.
ETA: TK ate my paragraphs:(