As I stated in Jerusalem : The Jewel in the Tiara, the Vatican has always possessed a particular and perpetual enmity towards the Jews. Fundamental to this enmity is their realisation that while the Jewish people exist there will always be a rival claimant to the position of "representative of God on earth."
They have hijacked Israel's role, Israel's scriptures, and Israel's Messiah! As I demonstrated in the Holy See and the Holy Places, the Vatican is also now in the process of hijacking Jerusalem.
It would be far better for the Vatican if the physical remnant of Israel were to disappear from humanity's collective memory altogether. It is not difficult to pinpoint the source of centuries of festering European hostility towards the Jews, boiling over into the occasional pogrom, but finding its inevitable and ultimate realisation in the Holocaust.
The press release announcing the apostolic letter "Summorum Pontificum" is but one very small reminder of the Vatican's primary role in precipitating the most barbarous episode in all of human history.
Letter on 1962 Missal Not Anti-Semitic
VATICAN CITY, JULY 6, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI's apostolic letter concerning the Roman Missal promulgated by John XXIII in 1962, will not reinstate a prayer for the conversion of "perfidious Jews."
The Vatican press office announced today the Pope's letter issued "motu proprio," on his own initiative, is titled "Summorum Pontificum," and will be released Saturday at noon, accompanied by an explanatory letter.
Several media reports erroneously contend that the letter could in effect reinstate a prayer offensive to Jews from the Good Friday liturgy of the Tridentine Mass, which dates back to 1570. The prayer stated: "Oremus et pro perfidies Judaeis" (Let us pray for the perfidious Jews).
On the first Good Friday after his election to the papacy in 1959, Pope John XXIII eliminated the adjective "perfidious" from the prayer. Since then the expression "Let us pray for the Jews" has been used.
That same year, he also eliminated from the rite of baptism the phrase used for Jewish catechumens: "Horresce Jusaicam perfidiam, respue Hebraicam superstitionem" (Disavow Jewish unbelieving, deny Hebrew superstition).
Also eliminated were similar formulas for those converting from idolatry, Islam or a heretical sect..."