I finally had a long talk with my parish priests. I'm so thankful I did, and very sorry I didn't sooner. I have decided that I am still a Roman Catholic. I'm thankful for the doubts though, because I learned quite a bit, and ultimately my faith is stronger for it. I'm going to continue studying the Church Fathers and the early Councils, which I neglected before this little faith crisis. I did myself a great disservice by only becoming acquainted with them in a superficial way. I have learned a lot about Orthodoxy in the past weeks, and I respect it tremendously. I see a strong patristic argument for both the Catholic and the Orthodox perspective on the papacy. For now I have concluded that the infallibility/supremacy of the Pope are a legitimate development of doctrine, with a strong foundation scripturally and in the writings of (some) of the Fathers. I think there is a need for an immovable source of Catholic unity, and that the Primal See of Rome is that source.
My original reasons for doubting Catholicism in the first place have been mostly cleared up. All the things that I found to be problematic with the Second Vatican Council are not matters of dogma, but ultimately matters of non-infallible discipline. As for Venerable or even a Saint Pope Paul VI, well, that's a big pill for me to swallow. I disagree with a lot of his decisions, but I won't venture to judge his personal holiness.
I would offer this word of advice to Catholics of a traditional persuasion who may be considering converting to Orthodoxy. When I was discerning a vocation to the priesthood I was told to make sure that I was considering a vocation in order to run to embrace Christ, not just to flee the world and its problems. I think this can be applied in this situation as well. If you convert to Orthodoxy, make sure you're doing it because you really and truly believe it is the true Church. You would do yourself and the Orthodox Church a great disservice if you convert merely to escape the problems and scandals of the modern Roman Catholic Church. I would ask you to pray to Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. Peter for the guidance of the Holy Spirit before making any definitive moves.
I would like to thank everyone in this forum for being charitable and informative in their responses to my inquiries. I don't think I'll be posting here regularly, as my normal schedule won't allow for it, but I may drop in from time to time. It has been a truly edifying experience participating in this forum, which is more than I can say for some others which will go unnamed.
Please pray for me, a sinner.