Name under which the saint is venerated or best known. This should usually be the same as the article name.
An icon, statue, etc. Use the name of the image file only; do not include "File:" (formerly "Image:").
Width of the image. Use appropriate units, e.g. 150px for 150 pixels. If this parameter is omitted, 250px will be used.
Alt text for the image, for visually impaired readers. See [[WP:ALT]]. It should be specified if '''image''' is specified.
Caption for image, if felt useful.
Title/s under which saint is venerated. See the [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Saints/Style Guidelines#Terms and Titles|Style Guidelines]] for a definition of titles.
Date of birth. Can be approximate.
Place of birth, if known.
Date of death. Can be approximate.
Place of death, if known.
Saint's principal feast day. (Roman Catholic and Orthodox calendars often have different dates for the same saint. If a saint is venerated by both, it would be good to indicated both days and which is which, e.g., for St. John the Apostle: 27 December (Roman Catholic), 8 May (Orthodox).)There are also saints who are venerated only by True Orthodox Christians, such as those martyred by the New Calendarists (e.g. Catherine Rousis). As well as different dates for Anglicans, Lutherans, Copts, Ethiopians, etc. Sometimes there are different dates, normally only by a day or two, between different traditions within Orthodox Christianity. Such as for Great Martyr Catherine of Alexandria, who is commemorated a day later in the Greek [Orthodox] tradition, than in other Orthodox traditions.
Denomination/s that recognize the saint.
Date of beatification (if applicable).
Place where beatification announced (if applicable).
Authority for beatification. (In Catholicism, this will be a Pope.)
Date of canonization (if applicable).
Place of solemn canonization/glorification.
Authority for canonization. In Catholicism, this will be a Pope; in Orthodoxy, usually a synod.
e.g. site where saint's relics or principal icon held.
Standard iconographic elements: pontifical, episcopal insignia etc, tools of martyrdom, etc.
Trades, occupations, places, diseases, etc.
e.g. controversies about or associated with the saint.
Date when cult associated with this saint suppressed (Catholicism).
Pope under whose authority the saint was removed from official veneration.