And yet much of the great fictional stories we study today have been written from the remaining pieces of the annals of history. Factual accounts obscured in ancient legend, told as tales of heroes and their accomplishments. One day, our current exploitations may be written down as mythical heroicism, just as the warriors of Troy are remembered in the Illiad. History may not remember our names, but it will forever tell our actions, and thus their results.>>10044895
You may have studied the mythology of the Greeks, at some point you may also study the Roman interpretation of the same Gods. You reference the Catholic Church, the same that I criticised once before... It does not disprove God's existence. You may have searched for answers and found none, but you may also have been blind to what has been shown before you your whole life.
One simple question to lead you on the right path: Where does the word "Good" come from? What does it mean? Does God refer to a "magical sky man", as many atheists say, or does it refer to the power of common morality? An atheist may think he is abandoning the will of God, due to his distaste for the institutions of religion, yet follow His will unconsciously, by doing good unto others. Even as a "non-believer", you may be doing exactly as He intends. But even considering your "good" deeds, you are still ignorant to His true message. A crusader of true good will is nothing without the guidance of the Lord. Instead, he is a heathen usurping his own vision of greatness under the guise of public interest. One who seeks power, rather than serving the interests of his subjects.
Choose as you may, God, or Man, but only one will prevail.