"More catholicism against Christ…"
"VATICAN CITY (CNS) — In their relations with Jews, Christians cannot conceal the strong missionary dimension of their faith, but also must recognize that Jews do not have to convert in order to be saved, a top Vatican official said. Cardinal Walter Kasper, president of the Vatican's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews, said Nov. 6 that Christians take a different missionary approach toward Jews than toward followers of other non-Christian religions. That's because Christians and Jews share a long biblical and religious tradition, a belief in the same God and a conviction that God will complete human history, he said."
"And still more…"
"EVANGELISM OF JEWS NOT NECESSARY, SAY U.S. CATHOLICS – Washington, D.C., USA …. [Bettina Krause/ANN] Roman Catholic leaders in the United States declared last week that they will no longer target Jews for conversion to Catholicism. According to a document released jointly by the Catholics and a major U.S. Jewish organization, the Old Testament covenant between God and the Jewish people is 'eternally valid.' The Bishops conclude in their portion of the statement that there is no need for Jews to embrace Christianity in order to receive salvation."
"I am happy that roman catholics will no longer target Jews for conversion to catholicism. They can leave missionary work to true Christians who still believe the necessity of Jesus Christ for salvation."
These statement may have been taken out of context. I'm not sure of their validity (or orthodoxy, assuming they're valid) and will have to ask people more knowledgeable than myself. It sounds like a form of dispensationalism, which is a fundamentalist Protestant error, not a Catholic error. Dispensationalism basically states that Jews faithful to the Old Covenant can be saved through it, just as righteous Jews before Christ. The Church teaches supercessionism, which means "that Christianity is the fulfillment of Biblical Judaism, and therefore that Jews who deny that Jesus is the Jewish Messiah fall short of their calling as God's Chosen people" (Wikipedia).