I was born and raised Baptist and spent so much of my time reading and studying the Bible; memorizing it, studying it, praying it. I even spent a lot of time studying Scripture to disprove Catholicism in arguments with family members. After a lot of Scripture reading and study I decided that the Catholic Church is the true Church that Christ established in St. Peter and that I was lacking truth that I could not find in Protestantism but that the fullness of truth was in the Catholic Church. I am going to start an RCIA program in August as well. My main deal is that from the time I decided a year or so ago that I was being called to the Catholic Church I feel that I have almost stopped a deep personal study of Scripture. I get caught up in the study of works of the Saints, of Catholic apologists, and the Catechism (which are all deeply rooted in Scripture) that I feel that I am not spending as much time in Scripture itself. I know that I get the Bible when I hear it at Mass or I pray it in the LOTH but I just don’t feel as much of the personal study of Scripture that I so cherished as a Protestant. Does anyone else have any experiences like this? Or how about ways to get back into the study of Scripture from a Catholic perspective?