Sometimes, some elements in logos look off-centre or misaligned even though we align them in the software (mechanically). Is it accepted practice to shift the mechanically aligned elements, so that they look aligned to the human eye? For example, in the below picture, the D looks like it is not aligned with the C.
You have find an old visual fact.
If you carefully check high quality fonts, you see the glyphs are aligned for even subjective appearance, not for strict alignment of the midlines or edges. The fine placement can be switched on or off or adjusted in typesetting software such as Indesign. For that reason the line startings can seem at first slightly ragged, but as whole it's more pleasing to read.
BTW. Letter spacing isn't especially good in word catastrophy. That disturbs seeing properly other things. You should move pair AT further from C and closer to the next A. Then you can try to fix the C-D-alignment. Here's one attempt to fix the left end, C has its original place, D, A and T are moved:
Not asked: But the whole text needs to be fixed. Check, if you can drop the justifying and try something like this (unfortunately the font is only Arial):