Welcome to CAF! I think that, at this point, you would benefit from a copy of Catholicism for Dummies. It is an excellent introduction to the faith, and helps to clear up the common misconceptions and myths that have been circulated about the Church. You will be able to refer back to it for years to come. After 25 years in the Church, I learn something each time I read my copy.
One other thing: have you heard of adoration of the Blessed Sacrament? It is also referred to as "holy hour." A sample of the bread that is consecrated into the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ is placed in a fixture called a monstrance* and set atop the altar. Catholics, and others, then spend time in the real presence of Christ.
It can be a time of quiet prayer, reflection, scriptural reading, or many simply ask Christ to reveal to them that He is truly there before them. It has resulted in innumerable conversions. But, I must warn you that it becomes habit forming!
Christ's peace be with you.
(in the Roman Catholic Church) an open or transparent receptacle in which the consecrated Host is exposed for veneration.
ORIGIN late Middle English (also in the sense [demonstration or proof] ): from medieval Latin monstrantia, from Latin monstrare ‘to show.’