I'm italian, almost everyone here is catholic, but almost everyone is a fake catholic, it's like a cultural heritage, and many people goes to churches on sunday even if they don't believe. Of course there are people that truely believe, too.
I was born catholic, i had sacraments when i was too young to decide (baptism, confirmation and holy eucharist), and i'm kind of angry for that.
I love my parents, but i feel it would be more respectful if they let me choose when i would be older enough to decide.
Now i'm agnostic. Sometimes i feel there is some kind of superior energy that resides in everything, sometimes i'm not sure of it.
I believe that, if a "god" exists, it's not the catholic one, nor allah, nor the jew god. I cannot believe in a god that imposes arbitrary rules and deny paradise to an innocent just because he doesn't believe in himself.
However, i think that is more important to have faith in humankind, reason, logic, and try to do the good thing, without burdening ourselves with concepts like sin.
I believe in karma, somehow!