Matthew the Evangelist
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Saint Matthew is one of the twelve apostles of Jesus. Matthew wrote the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. Sometimes, he is called Levi. He was a tax collector before his decision to follow Christ.
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- James of Zebedee
- James of Alphaeus
- John the Apostle
- Jude Thaddeus
- Simon the Zealot
- Judas Iscariot
- Paul became an apostle after Jesus' death and resurrection.