Not that I can think of. I have to admit, I enjoyed the friends. Mormonism has a good network of friends. I do miss some of them. The temples are quite opulent and beautiful. The church spares no expense when they build temples.
As far as Mass goes, well, let me give you a short answer based on my personal experience. As a former Mormon, I never expected Mass to be what it was. I went into it very skeptical. But I came away from it, almost immediately impressed. There’s no doubting the feelings that I had. I guess I have been bred to rely a lot on feelings with my Mormon upbringing, so I admit to that tendency.
I never knew that during communion, a non-Catholic could still go up and with his/her arms crossed over their chest, receive a blessing from the priest. I noticed it a couple of weeks ago and talked about it with my wife. She explained it to me. So, the following Sunday during communion, I went up there. Now, you have to understand me. I’m not one prone to a lot of spiritual experiences. I’m in my 60’s and have a lot to talk to the priest about when I have my first reconciliation. I feel as unworthy as anyone. But when the Deacon put his hand on me and gave me that blessing, oh my . . . my feet did not hit the floor all the way back to the pew. I can’t explain what that did to me. It was the most profound feeling of the Spirit that I’ve ever had. I have never felt anything like that in the Mormon temple.