No thank you. I already belong to the True, One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. I have no need to go searching elsewhere to try to find something I already have
Atheists generally do not report a feel the “awe” that Christians feel when it comes to prayer, feeling God’s presence, acknowledging His hand in our lives, etc… Undoubtedly that is because they have not come to a place where they can believe in God.
A lack of belief on their part does not in any way diminish the experience or awareness experienced by Christians. Just as a Christian would argue that they might not experience this awareness because they have refused to tune in to it, likewise a Catholic could argue that a non-Catholic Christian might not experience an awareness of Christ’s presence in the Eucharist because they have refused to tune in to it.
A perseverance in disbelief of one does alter the reality experienced through the belief of another.
Nor do I. Fortunately, I did not make blanket statements about non-Catholic Christianity. I simply responded to the OP’s question (“Has anyone else benefitted from not only attending mass, but also regularly attending services at non-Catholic churches?”) by relating what benefit I have personally derived.
I’m not sure what else to base a personal assessment of derived benefit on other than my experience, and since the churches referenced in my post do not claim to have a Real Presence, my mentioning the lack of it is not casting doubt, but rather reaffirms the positions they hold themselves.