What was the reaction of the Pope of the Catholic Church to the Edict of Expulsion of the Jews of Spain on March 31, 1492?
Did Pope Innocent VIII (d. July 25, 1492) condemn publicly Spain's decree? Was there any papal bull or any other document issued at the moment by the Catholic Church?
EDIT: I've only looked at the Wikipedia pages of the Alhambra Decree, Pope Innocent VIII and Pope Alexander VI. This last pages says that Pope Alexander VI which papacy began in 1492 welcomed in Rome Jews expelled from Spain. This last move made me wonder what was the reaction from the Popes at the moment and if they reacted publicly.