I'm at a total loss of words. I see this happening more and more, Wiccans are uploading videos to YouTube "teaching" people how to work with the saints, writing blog entries on it, or writing articles for pagan websites. I just find this so funny because Wiccans of the past rejected any association with Christianity. In fact, it would simply not be allowed for a Wiccan to work with the saints.
I guess the main problems I have is that many of these Wiccans are just winging it and then teaching what they made-up as tradition. Let me just stress this real fast, working with the saints has absolutely nothing to do with Wicca. They are really not compatible. The other problem I have is the religious philosophical debate of why a pagan would seek a Christian saint out for aid. Again, this is why the Wiccans of the past would never approve nor allow this activity in their own covens. To seek out a Christian saint would in fact be acknowledging Christianity above their god and goddess, who are supposed to be able to empower everything a Wiccan does, magic-wise.
I guess I should stress that the Wiccans who do this aren't real Wiccans. I don't want to invoke a "no true Scotsman" debate, it's just that real Wiccans are initiated into a Gardnerian coven or a coven that can trace it's lineage back to Gardner. Real Wiccans do not accept non-initiated, solitary, eclectic self-titled Wiccans as being Wiccans. Instead, they appear to refer to them as "pagans", or at lest the Gardnerians I have talked to do so. It's these solitary, eclectic pagans who usually are the ones who dabble with the saints.