Okay. Can you name a commonly recognised Saint of the 19 th century or even righteous one who accepted Darwinism?
There is no Darwinism, just like there is "Maxwellianism" or "Einsteinianism" or "Pasteurism." Darwin never intended to be the founder of any philosophical teaching, and those who think that there is one are simply misguided.
All Darwin did was explain the "mechanical," mechanistic side of the problem of diversification of life. To this sole end, he proposed a well-founded scientific theory of biological evolution (TBE). So far, TBE is not disproved, so, according to the conventional rules of the scientific method, it stands as valid. (Under "disproved" I, of course, mean purely scientific data, such as an observation that genes do not exist or do not mutate, or that frequencies of alleles and genotypes in populations remain constant regardless of the number of generations, etc. - not religious or other metaphysical objections.)
I believe we can simply choose to learn basic tenets of TBE, just like we can choose to learn basic tenets of other valid, sound scientific theories like the theory of electromagnetism, or the relativity theory, or the germ theory of disease. If we choose not to (which is tragic, IMHO), then we should not engage in debates about these theories, just like we should not engage in debates about the exact appearance of some animal that we never saw.
The dichotomy "choose Christ or choose Darwin (Maxwell, Tesla, Einstein, Bohr, Pasteur, Koch, ..., ..., ...)" is, IMHO, very false and, actually, cruel, unkind. I believe it is one of those false dichotomies that the evil one tries to sell us, to distract us from God and from what is really important in life.