History has shown that attempts to suppress or ignore questions of identity are not always successful.
We suffer more from the failures of our forebears to put things right and not from spiritual causes.
We should not consider our native names as incapable of being saintly because the Church has not officially recognised them. You could be the saint who would promote your name. After you, others would begin using it.
Most of our native names are deeply theological and indeed, not foreign to Christian sentiment. If this is the case, why do we continue to undermine native names at baptism? The dominant mentality in the world.
What is happening today is not neo-paganism but a cultural reawakening. The danger of insisting that it is neo-paganism is that we further deepen our identity crisis.