My Free Methodist church has a "Pray for Pope Francis" sign up last week. Meanwhile, Al Mohler avoided the Easter rush and got his Catholic-bashing in early, going off on a justification-by-faith-ALONE rant.
Neo-Reformers seem to have extra ammo against Catholics going back to Luther and Calvin; Wesley was a couple of centuries removed from the Reformation and left a bit less of an anti-Catholic streak in modern Wesleyans. That's not to say that Wesleyans can't site Sola Fide and Sola Scriptura, but they are less likely to take a whack at the Ho' of Babylon in the process.
I don't have a justification by faith essay at the ready, but I do have a Sola Scriptura one that's been in my craw; it's a bit of bait-and-switch at Mohler's expense, but Baptist Catholic-bashers will often cite the Catholic reliance on extra-bilblical tradition as one of their favorite charges, moreso than Sola Fide.
Sola Scriptura has two problems from an honest evangelical perspective. The first is that it grants a mythic status to the folks who created the canon, that a human agency created an unquestionable book. Embarrassingly for Catholic-bashers, it was a Catholic grouping that did the work; the canon-makers get respect that their modern descendents don't.
Secondly, few people actually go by the scripture alone; there is a way of viewing scripture that is factored into the mix. Catholics have their body of authoritative teachings, the magesterium. So do most Protestants, especially the neo-Reformers, except they bend over backwards not to say so.
Case in point; young-earth creationism. Somewhere along the line, a particular reading of Genesis was required, and a more poetic use of day to be an era is precluded.
Another case in point; free will versus predestination. Both sides can quote scripture to defend their view and both would generally claim to be going only by the Bible. Heinlein's alter ego Jubal had them tied in the 4th quarter a half-century ago; they've since gone to overtime.
Each church has its own magesterium; the Catholics are at least honest about it.