Archbishop Charles Chaput, in a keynote address at Georgetown, on the American experiment and global religious freedom.
One of his more interesting reminders is that "America was born Protestant." In other words, unlike other countries in Europe where Protestantism took hold, there was no Catholicism prior to Protestantism. Gives us a very different heritage.
In a related note, Evelyn Waugh once wrote that "we are all born American but we all die French."