Individuals and organizations alike are capable of ambiguous moral behavior.
That is to say that most people, like organizations or fraternities, are capable of being both good, and bad, simultaneously.
The question is just a matter of proportion:
Does one do more good than bad, or vise-versa.
In this regard, the record of the Catholic Church is painfully clear:
Few institutions in human history better exemplify self-appointed entitlement and hypocrisy than the Catholic Church.
With a history of horrific human rights violations, religious bigotry, an epidemic of pedophilia, and Nazi sympathy, the Catholic Church is the greatest fraud ever advanced, whose conduct is barely more despicable than its enablers.