Pope Leo X (1475-1521) (Pope from 1513-1521) was the first of the four Medici popes. Son of Lorenzo the Magnificent, he was a great patron of the arts including artists like Raphael and MIchelangelo. His selling of indulgences led Martin Luther to post his 95 Thesis, sparking the Protestant Reformation. This famous portrait with Caridnal Giulio de' Medici (later Pope Clement VII) in the background was painted by Raphael.
Pope Leo X, who was Pope from 1514 until his death in 1521. This was during Henry's early reign, and before his issues with the Church and before Anne Boleyn, of course. Therefore, Leo and Henry didn't have any issues of note.