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St. Matthew Statue 3.5"

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SKU: RM40661



3 1/2" x 2"


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About this St. Matthew Statue 3.5"

This St. Matthew statue makes for a great confirmation or baptism gift. The statue is styled in vibrant colors and shows St. Matthew seated holding a ledger. He is one of the twelve disciples and writer of the Gospel of Matthew. He is the patron saint of tax collectors, bankers, perfumers and civil servants.

  • St. Matthew is the patron saint of accountants, bankers and finance professionals.
  • This statue is sold along with a St. Matthew prayer card.
  • The gift box contains a prayer to St. Matthew on the front and the story of St. Matthew on the back.

St. Matthew Prayer

The prayer to St. Matthew.

God of mercy you chose
a tax collector, Saint
Matthew, to share the
dignity of the apostles.
By his example and
prayers, help us to
follow Christ and remain
faithful in Your service.
We ask this through
Our Lord Jesus Christ,
Your Son, who lives
and reigns with You
and the Holy Spirit,
one God, forever
and ever.

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St. Matthew Story

St. Matthew
Patron Saint Of Accountants, Bankers, and Finance Professionals
(First Century)

One of the twelve Apostles chosen by Jesus, Matthew was a tax collector prior to his conversion.  In that role, Matthew was viewed as an agent of the enemy by those from whom he collected taxes.  Many were surprised that Jesus would associate with a person considered a traitor by many.  But Jesus, through His actions and His works, illustrated that He came "not to call the just, buy sinners".  Matthew's apostolic activity is believed to have taken place in Palestine, Ethiopia, Parthia, and Persia.

Drafted between 42 and 72 AD, Matthew's Gospel was written in Aramaic both for the faithful and those who did not believe.  It was and is encouragement for believers.  For non-Christians, it was designed to convince them that the Messiah had come in a spiritual rather than a carnal way in the person of Jesus.

Matthew's name means gift of God and he is typically depicted with representations of a pen and money.  Aptly, Matthew is the patron of tax collectors, accountants, bankers, bookkeepers, financial officers, money managers and stock brokers.  Other patronages include customers officers, guards, Salerno, Italy, and security forces.

Feast Day: September 21

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