The Vatican Holy Office, officially named the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and formerly known as the Inquisition, publishes a decree stating that the Catholic Church has always prayed for Jews even though they are blind.
The decree says:
"The Catholic Church has always prayed for the Jewish people, depositories, until the coming of Jesus Christ, of the divine promise, regardless of their subsequent blindness, or rather, precisely because of it.
Moved by that spirit of charity, the Apostolic See has protected this same people against unjust vexations, and just as it reproves all hatred and animosities between people, so it especially condemns hatred against the people elected by God, a hatred that today is vulgarly called 'anti-Semitism' "
In this statement designed to defend the Jews, the Vatican can't help but include a snide reference to their "blindness." The Vatican has "protected" Jews by supporting measures that forced them into ghettos and out of most occupations throughout Europe.
This was not, moreover, an official statement on anti-Semitism generally; instead, it was merely a statement declaring the abolition of an organization called Friends of Israel.