Well, here it is:
Medium: Sharpie markers and ink on paper
This is what it originally looked like:
|So glad I took a risk with adding color!|
People sought his intercession for protection and help confronting all sorts of dragons. Contrary to the image presented here, Saint George did not necessarily slay a dragon per se. The dragon is mainly used to represent the ultimate defeat of evil at the hands of those who are good and strong in faith. It also symbolizes our struggles with inner demons/dragons in our day-to-day life. Intercessory prayers through Saint George are quite popular even today. (For all you fellow anglophiles out there, Saint George also happens to be the patron saint of England...which is AWESOME.)
Here's a version of the Saint George prayer...feel free to try it out if you have any of your own inner demons in need of a good, old-fashioned thrashing.
St. George, heroic Catholic Soldier and defender of Your faith, you dared to criticize a tyrannical Emperor, and were subjected to horrible torture. You could have occupied a high military position, but you preferred to die for your Lord.Good St. George, obtain for us the great grace of heroic Christian courage that should mark all soldiers of Christ.