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St. Matthew, one of the twelve Apostles, is the author of the first Gospel. This has been the constant tradition of the Church and is confirmed by the Gospel itself. He was the son of Alpheus and was called to be an Apostle while sitting in the tax collectors place at Capernaum. Before his conversion he was a publican, i.e., a tax collector by profession. He is to be identified with the "Levi" of Mark and Luke. His apostolic activity was at ... Continue Reading

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  1. Catholic lover
    6 years ago

    I believe in a force outside of evil, and St. Matthew, you are a savior of that force!

  2. Sean
    6 years ago

    awesome site, whoever made this has my full respect.

  3. J-P
    6 years ago

    very interesting, this website is awesome!

  4. J Christian
    6 years ago

    Saint Matthew pray for us all, All; pray for the micro-economists and the macro-economists who struggle to understand the evils our governments have done; pray for them tied emotionally to their dollars who hope they've Heaven won; pray for sound outcomes from this present accountless mess -- pray Yahweh in his mercies may our doings Bless; pray for Grace in every face; pray for Angelic Art in every willing heart; pray for healing grand in every helping hand; pray remove all sin from every inch of skin; pray as we rise to Heaven that all our ledgers leaven; pray as creditors moan our Yahweh's Debits be shown; pray as crooks do groan in wraths that ignorant come to learn, loan & teach some good maths, Amen

  5. frank
    6 years ago

    this has a lot of information.

  6. sean
    6 years ago

    you have a nice website with a lot of information.

  7. dude
    6 years ago

    This is extrordinary.

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