Church law requires naming of churches, oratories and private chapels under the title of one of the following:
*]the name of the Trinity
*]the name of Christ, invoked under a mystery of his life or under his name already used in the Mass
*]the name of the Holy Spirit
*]the name of Mary, under a given title already found in the Mass
*]the name of the Angels
*]the name of a canonized Saint in the Roman Martyrology
*]the name of a Blessed provided the Apostolic See has given it’s permission.
Church law doesn’t specify naming parishes. The Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments on 10 February 1999, stated, “The name of a parish may commonly be the same name as the title of the parish church”.
We have plenty in the name of Christ under numerous titles: Holy Redeemer, Christ the King, Sacred Heart, etc.
Those in the life of Jesus each had their roles. Mary’s was not of evangelist, for reasons known to God.
We have no need of such a document. We have the Church’s teaching on the matter. Nor would having a document “prove” such a thing.