Got this from CMRI:
"This startling heresy has come more sharply into focus in the last twenty-five years or so. Although not explicitly contained in Nostra Aetate of Vatican II, it was there implicitly (after all, in the spirit of false ecumenism, we can’t be teaching the necessity of salvation in the one true Church founded by Christ). One of our readers, Edward L. Pugh, Ph.D., noted what Robert Sungenis had to say on this point in the New Oxford Review of October, 2005. There, Sungenis listed five “outlandish claims concerning the Jewish people” that came after Vatican II:
1.“The Old Covenant has never been revoked” (John Paul II, 1980).
2.“The Jewish wait for the Messiah is not in vain” (Pontifical Biblical Commission under Cardinal Ratzinger, 2001).
3.“The Church believes that Judaism, i.e., the faithful response of the Jewish people to God’s irrevocable Covenant, is salvific for them” (Cardinal Kasper, 2001).
4.“To proselytize [Jews] is not an attitude of love, nor is it one of knowledge!” (Cardinal Willebrands, 1992).
5.“Campaigns that target Jews for conversion to Christianity are no longer theologically acceptable to the Catholic Church” (Cardinal Keeler, 2002).
This smells like heresy.