Novena to St. Matthew for the FBI Agents involved in the Mark Houck Arrest Day 4 The Retires Speak Up

Posted: September 29, 2022 by datechguy in Blame Biden Administration, catholic, catholic devotions, official oppression
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It would be very nice if the Whistleblower in the FBI had some support from current agents but you’ve got to take what you got:

Thirty former FBI agents, including a retired deputy assistant director, head of counterterrorism and five SWAT team members, have spoken out publicly in support of suspended FBI whistleblower Stephen Friend.

Their heartfelt messages, obtained exclusively by The Post, show a deep and widespread anguish about the politicization of the FBI.

“It’s time to stop the FBI from being the enforcer of a political party’s ideology,” says Ernie Tibaldi, a retired agent from San Francisco. “We need to re-establish the FBI as the apolitical and independent law enforcement entity that it always was.”

You must walk before you run.

Anyways lets start the day 4 prayers

St. Matthew Novena - Day 4
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. 


Dear Lord, we thank You for giving us St. Matthew as an example of holiness. Help us to imitate the devotion to You he showed during his time as Your friend and Apostle.

St. Matthew, you chose to leave behind your old life as a tax collector in order to follow Jesus when He called you. You became His close friend and His Apostle.

Please bring my petitions before Jesus, your Divine Friend!

You had the privilege of observing Christ’s life and ministry firsthand. You loved Him and served Him throughout His life on earth, and you devoted yourself to serving His Church for the rest of your life.

Pray for me, that I may grow in my friendship with Jesus each day. Pray that I may always seek to serve Him to the best of my ability.

Please also pray for the agents involved in the Mark Houck raid.

St. Matthew, pray for us!

In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. 


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