I grew up with my mother, who was Roman Catholic, although I was baptized as Orthodox. Somewhere around high school I started studying my faith, reading the bible and so on - I came to love Orthodox Christian theology above all else. I found it to be the truest articulation of the faith that was revealed to us through Jesus Christ.
That being said, the Roman Catholic (RC) church gets a bad historical rap because of a few questionable popes, bad counter-reformation policies and over-dogmatizing. In reality, the RC church has been a leader in bringing the Gospel to Jesus Christ all over the world - they’ve established hospitals and charities and really done the good work the gospel calls all Christians to do. I think their faith goes beyond words, as real faith should. And among the RC ranks are many individuals that I don’t doubt are glorified saints, like Fr Damien the Leper priest in Hawaii.
But, again, I personally find the theology of the Orthodox Church to be the truest articulation of the faith of Jesus Christ (that’s why I’m an Orthodox priest). ;-)