Hey! My dad is a Disciple of Christ! I can remember asking him as a kid what Protestant religion he was because I wanted to go back to school, I went to a Catholic school, and brag to my friends that my dad was a Protestant, but when he said "Disciple of Christ," I was disappointed. I had never heard of them before! LOL
First, it depends. If you are under 18 and/or still living at home, then I don't suggest fully converting. When you are living at home and depending on your parents, you need to do what they tell you. You can research, as you have been doing which is great, you can pray the Rosary, read the bible, perhaps go to a Mass, talk with a priest, but have to respect your parents and do as they tell you. When you become an adult, you can convert, but if you're still living at home, it will be VERY difficult for you. My brother--shake of head--is 49 and STILL living at home with my dad AND brought the wife there, too. He doesn't understand the independence he's missing out on by still living there. They both try to control things, but it's my dad's house, and HE'S in charge. It will be the same with you.
Now, if you are able, you need to make an appointment with your local parish priest and find out when the next class of RCIA --Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults. It runs for about 9 months, meets once a week for an hour, and you learn about the Catholic faith and prepare for your sacraments. You won't need to be baptized again if you have some proof that you have been already. You'll be accepted into the Church at the Easter Vigil Mass--the night before Easter.
I guess I didn't read it right. It's NEVER too late to convert to Catholicism! Not only ARE you worthy, but you are BEING CALLED to convert.