Here’s something American Catholics and American Protestants share—we are overly concerned about how we feel during worship. It’s all about me. No, it’s about the risen Jesus.
We Americans in any case rather have come naturally to think that in the liturgy we want to express ourselves, and if it doesn’t feel like us, then we don’t want to say it!
But the whole tradition of liturgy is not primarily expressive of where people are and what they want to say to God. Instead it is impressive. It forms us, and it is always bigger than any given community that celebrates it.