[quote="jayhawks, post:1, topic:300601"]
What am I considered, if I believe in what the Catholic church has to teach I adopt their system of beliefs. I have defend the church in several arguments and I am in the RCIA process. I don't consider myself protestant, what am I?
You are Catholic! On medical form, you can put "Catholic" so that priest can be contacted in an emergency. On this site, you could put "Catholic (RCIA)" so people better understand where you are coming from.
Also since I am baptized (not Catholic) am I allowed to cross myself with the fountain water and kneel before the King at Church? Basically am I allowed to do everything other than communion?
Even a non-baptized person could use the Holy Water as a symbol of his or her emerging belief in Christ. It is intended to remind people of, or draw them toward baptism. Non-Catholics are also encouraged to kneel or genuflect before the Tabernacle, but only if they believe in the sacrament contained there in. For them, it is not required, especially if they erroneously feel they'd be participating in idolatry by bowing to the host.
A non-Catholic is of course asked to refrain from communion, but depending on your stage in RCIA, you might also be asked to refrain from confession at least until you are properly trained and believe in it.