Hold on now. My faith is challenged by an evil Pope? Oh no no no.<quoted text>It is not my faith that is challenged by these evil LEADERS of the RCC. It is a question you must answer.
First of all,'evil' may not even apply. Keep in mind, gossip definitely played a role in history's verdict of these men.
Corrupt Popes? Yes I believe we had a couple out of 265.
But that strengthens my faith more than ever. Because I know Christ wasn't lying when He said "The gates of Hell shall not prevail" and "I promise to be with you til the end of age".
In other words, the man responsible for the day to day operations of His Church until He comes back, can't even topple it. Amazing. Those corrupt Popes did not have the ability to change Church teachings. That is evidence the Church truly is protected against the Devil when it comes to teachings on faith and morals. The Devil had his opportunity to bring down the Church when the head shepherd was 'evil'. Yet, he couldn't do it. So he settled for a radical Priest named Martin Luther. Voila, here you are, the product of this corrupt Priest. Sola scripture sola fide.
How is that working out for society so far?