According to the Catholic paper:
"The Jewish race, the deicide people, wandering throughout the world, bearing with it everywhere the pestiferous breath of treason....
And so, too, in the Dreyfus case...it is hardly surprising if we again find the Jew in the front ranks, or if we find that the betrayal of one's country has been Jewishly conspired and Jewishly executed."
Traditional Catholic anti-Semitism is supposed to be entirely religious in nature, not racial. Catholic apologists defend Catholic Christianity against charges that it helped paved the way for the Holocaust by arguing that their traditional anti-Semitism is completely different from the racial anti-Semitism of the Nazis.
Here, however, we find in an official Catholic publication a clear description of Jews along racial lines. Although there is a technical distinction between religious and racial anti-Semitism, this is not a distinction which is typically maintained in the real world. It can be assumed that articles such as this, printed in the Vatican's official newspaper, accurately reflect the sentiment of Pope Leo XIII at this time.