Catechism of the Catholic Church
839 The relationship of the Church with the Jewish People. When she delves into her own mystery, the Church, the People of God in the New Covenant, discovers her link with the Jewish People, “the first to hear the Word of God.” The Jewish faith, unlike other non-Christian religions, is already a response to God’s revelation in the Old Covenant. To the Jews “belong the sonship, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the worship, and the promises; to them belong the patriarchs, and of their race, according to the flesh, is the Christ”, “for the gifts and the call of God are irrevocable.”
“THE GIFTS AND THE CALLING OF GOD ARE IRREVOCABLE”
A REFLECTION ON THEOLOGICAL QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO CATHOLIC–JEWISH RELATIONS ON THE OCCASION OF THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF “NOSTRA AETATE” (NO.4)
Based on the above Catholic teaching, which pretty much says Judaism is without a doubt true with a path to salvation especially because the Covenant is eternal and irrevocable, which branch of Judaism does the Church recognize?
Is it Judaism in general, Judaism from 2,000 years ago, Judaism in its present form?
Are all branches viewed the same way? Orthodox, Reform, Conservative, etc.?