I was raised Episcopalian for a year or two during my childhood, but ended up getting confirmed in the "Roman" Catholic Church in high school. I didn't practice my faith until I got to college, so I didn't know what my Church taught until I began studying. Prior to my studies, I would have said that Jesus isn't present in the Eucharist, man has no power to forgive sins- so, I had been heavily influenced by protestant attitudes. After learning what the RCC taught and hearing the defense for its doctrines, I was convinced. I remain so based on the Church history I've read. So, my question to everyone here is: what convinces you that your church is correct, whether you're Anglican or otherwise?