Yup, the great pope did. Before anybody reacts violently, read first the article below, courtesy of Catholic Culture.
In his forthcoming memoir, Decision Points, former US President George W. Bush discloses that the late Pope John Paul II had enormous personal influence on him, and particularly on his attitude toward embryonic stem-cell research. [Though he did not listen to the pope's protest against the Iraq invasion.]
Bush relates in the book that after a meeting with the Pontiff in 2001, he resolved to promote a “culture of life.” He also reveals that during the funeral for Pope John Paul, at his wife Laura’s suggestion, he prayed fervently for a miracle: [see the photo below. Look at how, Clinton, a well-known Mason, looks like in front of the body of the dead pope. FYI. George's brother, the former Florida Governor, Jeb, converted to Catholicism and is a 4th degree Knight of Columbus.] the healing of American television newscaster Peter Jennings, who was then suffering in the advanced stages of lung cancer. Jennings died a few months later.
This makes two US presidents, apart from the late president Ronald Reagan. I remember reading this issue of Time.