Hello, I am a freshman in college and an ex-protestant currently in the process of converting to Catholicism. Before my decision to convert I felt a call by God to serve him and dedicate my life to him. I have no doubt that this is a religious vocation but I am hesitant to bring it up to my spiritual director/priest and discuss formal discernment due to the fact I was just recently brought into the church.
I've felt this way for about nine months and the more I think about it the more I recognize all the signs that it is what God wants me to do. Even while I was a protestant I constantly felt that God wanted me to serve him through out my teenage years. I pray on it constantly and really wish I could get more spiritual guidance but I have this feeling that the priest won't take me seriously or downgrade the importance of my call since I've only been involved with the church for six months.
Should I give it more time to pray on it myself or would it be wise to bring it up to my spiritual director/priest? I feel this is an odd scenario so I don't know the proper procedure. Advice and prayers are much appreciated. :)