Okay this is going to be a long post. I was raised nominally Southern Baptist, then I "got saved" and baptized. After a year or two in the Baptist Church, I started to study Church history online. I began to believe the argument that the Roman Catholic had that they were the Church that Christ established, and I began believing their teachings also. Several more months, which is the present. I'm starting to be uncomfortable with how much Catholics venerate Mary. Especially Co-Mediatrix and Co-Redemptrix. If you read their Marian prayers it seems like that they are talking to another deity rather than the asking Mary for intercession. Also, as I became more Roman I began to disregard Scripture for the authority of the Church. I don't see where directly asking the Saints in heaven to pray for you is referenced or based in Biblical teachings. Although, I do no deny that the Saints do pray for us. Anyway, I digress, I still have the feeling that the RCC might be the Church that Christ established. Also, I still have it in the back of my mind that if I leave the Church that I might go to hell. Since Protestantism is condemned as a heresy. Can anyone help me? I mostly agree with Anglican theology and it can be found in scripture. However, like I said, I still have in the back of my head that I might go to hell if I'm not a Roman Catholic because of the doctrine of Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Sallus.