All I would advise is that you take some time to think, reflect and above all PRAY before you go any further down your latest avenue of spiritual exploration. You seem to be very unsure as to what it is you believe which is a stage I'm sure many people go through (I know I did) but you don't seem to be willing to settle down into any one belief for long - you seem to be a 'spiritual butterfly' for want of a better term.
Since I have been on this forum you seem to have changed from an OO theistic evolutionist, to an OO young earther, to an OO but ROCOR leaning Fr. Seraphim devotee, to a EO/OO, not really sure, might be old earth creationist, to, now, an RC leaning would be monastic philanthropist. I've not been here that long, and that's quite an impressive list of shifts in opinion, none of which I'd note shows any adherence to a consistent theology. Until you can sort out the fundamentals of your own faith then I would advise you to stop looking at all these superficials, like how exactly God created the earth or whether monastics are called to be in or apart from the world.
I have no reason to doubt your intentions or sincerity but, in my honest opinion, you come across as an extremely confused person. I would recommend a long talk, or preferrably series of talks, with a priest who can give you solid advice - don't be afraid to ask for help but you'd be better off asking a priest than a collection of near-anonymous, almost strangers on a discussion forum. I wish you well in sorting out your faith and will pray for your success. Needless to say, though, I feel that I cannot possibly recommend your becoming a Roman Catholic monk and I feel the reasons you give for your admiration for the Benedictines are superficial at best, at worst ignorant and dangerous.