I am old enough, just barely, to remember the Good Friday prayer as it stood just prior to the reforms of the Second Vatican Council. I remember saying these words.
"Let us pray also for the perfidious Jews: that our God and Lord would remove the veil from their hearts: that they also may acknowledge our Lord Jesus Christ...Almighty and everlasting God, Who drivest not away from Thy mercy even the perfidious Jews: hear our prayers, which we offer for the blindness of that people: that acknowledging the light of Thy truth, which is Christ, they may be rescued from their darkness. Through the same Lord...Amen."
The prayer was changed in 1965 to scratch the word "perfidous" and replace it with "faithless", an improvement to be sure, but just barely.
When I was in the Parochial school, it was the custom at the time that our day would last a half an hour longer than that of the public school. I remember sitting in the sweltering summer heat for that extra half hour, which felt like eternity, because I could hear the public school kids playing outside. I foolishly mumbled something to effect of "lucky duckies". Which earned me a trip to the principal's office. I will never forget her words.
"Don't you ever, ever, (and one more time for emphasis) EVER, envy those poor unfortunate souls."
She clarified that these souls were unfortunate, not because they were public school kids, but because they were largely Protestant.
If you disagree with my position on any matter, tell me that I am wrong and present your case. I will listen.
But don't tell me that I am not as good as you or that you will "pray for me to see the light".
Because condencension is just one small step from hate.