Thank God millions and millions of Catholics will pray this Good Friday, not for the conversion of the Jews, but that "they may continue to grow in the love of his name and in faithfulness to his covenant."He is praising the Novus Ordo version of the Good Friday prayer that goes:
Let us pray for the Jewish people, the first to hear the word of God, that they may continue to grow in the love of his name and in faithfulness to his covenant.Now, think about it. What good does it do someone to remain faithful to a covenant that has been superseded? Jesus fulfilled the Mosaic covenant. The old covenant is moot. Why would we not pray for the Jews to come into the fullness of redemption by accepting Jesus as the Messiah and having their sins forgiven? That is true love.
Is not praying that they remain outside of the Church truly antisemitism in its worst form? Unless of course, you don't really believe the Church is who she claims to be.