"My Lord and My God"
While in the Holy Sepulchre one early morning praying in the Chapel of Golgotha, I noticed Mass beginning in the Catholic Franciscan Chapel next to me and our priest was concelebrating —a surprise even to him— with a priest from Africa and his group, so I grabbed our pilgrims and headed over to celebrate the Eucharist.
Something happened at that Mass that has changed me forever. After the priest said the Words of Consecration, "Take this, all of you, and eat of it: for this is my body which will be given up for you," and elevated the body of Christ, the African group all said in awe: "My Lord and my God." And they did it again when the chalice was raised.
To this day at every Mass when the priest, in the Person of Christ, echoes the words of Jesus himself at his Last Supper, when consecrating bread and wine and raises them, in my heart I say, "My Lord and my God!" (Sometimes I even say it in a beautiful African accent :)
Blessings to all on this wonderful feast of St. (doubting) Thomas