Thanks to all of you.
My journey has been unexpected and unintended. I was a happy Evangelical Anglican and would still be as such except for my reading of the Fathers. I met a wonderful girl who is a Roman Catholic and a member of Opus Dei. We fell in love and got married, both convinced that if we would focus on Christ, all else would fall in place.
During the first years of our 8 year marriage, I thought that I would show my Roman Catholic wife how my low Evangelical church was very much like the Early Church before it became "confused". So, I immersed myself in the writings of the Apostolic Fathers. And sure enough, I didn't find evidence for Papal infallibility, Purgatory, the Immaculate Conception, transubstantiation, the treasury of merit or a number of other RC dogma. But, actually, I found even less evidence for my own church. The Early Church was sacramental, hierarchical, and liturgical, dating from the first century. Through reading the history and writings of the first Christians, I ceased to be Protestant. I also became spiritually homeless--a rather depressing state.
Fortunately, God is sovereign and has led me to Orthodoxy, which I think is anchored in the Truth as revealed in Scripture, in the Fathers and in the Councils. The mind of the Church leads us ineluctably to Orthodoxy. I know the journey doesn't end here, but I am glad to be in this ark.