Your church still remembers that we are supposed to try to obey Christ and keep his commandments. That's much more than a lot of Protestant churches can do.
Your church still does good to the poor.
The hypocrisy and sin of some of its leaders do not prove by themselves that your church is useless, much less evil. There is truth in every church, and Roman Catholicism can be a positive influence in one's life.
Maybe you should study a bit on the subject. It doesn't do to blithely leave one church before consulting God about it.
In the meantime, my church has the structure of Jesus' original church: apostles, prophets, bishops (pastors), teachers, elders, deacons, the seventy, etc.
My church has the doctrines of Jesus' original church: Theosis/divinization, offering the sacred ordinances to the dead by living human proxies, the tangible and physical and permanent resurrection of dead, the fact that Hell exists only to purify us (like Purgatory is supposed to to), and in the end is destroyed along with death for the resurrection to occur, that little children are innocent from the beginning, "for of such is the kingdom of heaven," and that the atonement of Christ covers all of God's children, past, present, and future. Oh, yes -- and the correct relationships between God and man, and between God and Christ, too. We really are his children, and Christ intends to make Gods out of us, according to the apostolic fathers' writings, at least. "The father is greater than I."
My church has the same sacred ordinances that Jesus original church had: Baptisms by immersion for the remission of one's own sins, confirmations (bestowing the gift of the Holy Ghost), the sacrament of the Lord's supper, blessings of the sick, etc.
The only thing that you need to do, if you're that curious, is to find out from God if my church has authority from Jesus of Nazareth to minister in his name and to perform the sacred ordinances such as baptism. Everything else can already be demonstrated.