Christ never intended the Church to be the way it is today. As a perfect example, show me where in the Bible it says that priests must be celibate. You can't and you know it.
And the church has never said, ex-cathedra, priests must be celibate. Celibacy of the clergy exists in only 1 of 22 rites, granted, it is the largest rite of the church, but still, not the only incorporation of Catholicism. Not to mention, many exceptions exist in the Roman rite where there are married priests, generally, converts from theologically similar churches such as the Orthodox and Episcopalian/Anglican, and never mind those ordained in Eastern Rite churches who are now in the Roman rite church.
And I personally think, with the lack of clergy, this is one thing the Roman rite will back down on. It's not an issue of truth, it is an issue of a self-imposed discipline within a rite. I do believe Catholicism is the true religion, as we do have apostolic succession from Jesus Christ, God's only son. No Protestant denomination has that, and only the Orthodox have a claim to any descent from apostolic authority.
The Church has never said that Priest "Must" be celibate. However it is the discipline in the latin rite that can be changed in the future.