House Speaker John Boehner Thursday invited Pope Francis to speak to Congress if he were to ever travel to the United States. The pope may be planning a trip to the U.S. in 2015, according to The National Catholic Reporter, but the trip is not confirmed. Boehner, who is a practicing Catholic, sent the invitation on the first anniversary of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio becoming the pope. No pope has ever addressed a joint meeting of Congress. The last pope to make a visit to the U.S., Benedict XVI, visited George W. Bush at the White House and performed Mass at Nationals Park.