Ok, the only reason I asked this is because many times I hear people answer in response “read the Catechism” or something like that. Personally, I think this is the wrong move to make.
I think one would want to start off with some spiritual discernment and a different book to read about Catholic beliefs than the Catechism. The Catechism was actually intended for the bishops to use as a teaching tool and guide to make their own catechism for their own diocese (i.e. the Baltimore Catechism).
Becoming a Catholic involves active participation in the liturgy, meditating on the Scriptures and being with other Catholics who will support you.
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