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Old May 22, '12, 4:10 am
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Default Prayers to St. Matthew for those with money issues

Hi,

St. Matthew is the patron saint of money, having been a tax collector before dropping everything to follow Jesus in a heartbeat. http://www.catholic-saints.info/patr...t-of-money.htm

Please pray to him for all those who are struggling or working with money right now, and for yourself whenever you have money troubles. Please pray for me too, because I am struggling with money and a low income right now as well.

Joshua
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St. Matthew, please intercede for Joshua and everyone else who have money issues, particularly those who find it difficult to provide for their and their families' basic needs because money is tight. Kindly ask God to bless them with them temporal and spiritual needs. May they be led to people and organizations who can help them in their financial difficulties. May any creditors be patient and understanding. AMEN.
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I am praying.
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Praying hard.
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