I think that the above religions are more splintered. Eact fracture of the main might have its "spiritual head", but none are as unified as Catholicism as far as I know.
Which is good and bad I think. Good because it means they remain true and there arent a bunch of whacko splitoffs using the name of Catholicism... bad because that if they had a bad idea it can be entrenched in the system big time.
But to answer your question in a very limited manner, not that I've heard of. Islam in its early days did, but as its followers split over controversies it lost that. I'd imagine Judaism is quite the same, and evangelical Christians are quite a bit more independant than either of those groups I believe, as far as structure goes.