None of them look too bad...Before I put a new Catalytic converter on it you need to solve the P0172 error, those evap errors are an issue but they will not destroy a catalytic converter but a P0172 will. Some how too much fuel is getting in the combustion chamber as measured by the O2 sensor.
You need to look at the fuel trims and see how bad they are. They should be 0 to +/- 8 percent. The code P0172 is set when files trims are +20%.
It could be a bad MAF or coolant sensor, but something is adding more fuel, possibly even a bad primary O2 sensor. It could also be a bad catalytic converter, I assume the engine is running badly? Take a look at each sparkplug and see if 1 is fouled with carbon. Doing a compression test is not a bad idea as well.
Post the freeze frame data from the P0172 and the short term and long term fuel trims. Double check the coolant and intake temperatures are reporting correctly.
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^Yes check it out.Check the Evap canister vent tube and make sure it is not clogged. Same thing with the canister itself. Lots of issues with spiders building nests blocking the tube.