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There is a saint-stub.
It is used in many countries.
And as you know the Christianity was divided about 1000 year ago.
And the saint-stub uses the icon of Francisk from Assisi.
But he is not a saint for some Churches.
Therefore we need (in that stub) to use a saint that are accepted in all Churches.
Then he must be from time before 1000.
I suggest the Saint George.
What do you say? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 15:05, 16 December 2016 (UTC)
I see your point. Personally I'd prefer the image that the portal, navbox, and (in a slightly different version) the project template use, namely: File:Gloriole blur.svg. That would be consistent, visually appealing (unlike rendering any face at a very low resolution), and neural (all major Churches use halos to represent saints, and a halo alone represents no particular saint; the visual tradition dates back to early Christianity). The lead image of the article Saint also features halos. That association is strong. – Finnusertop (talk ⋅ contribs) 01:44, 17 December 2016 (UTC)