"Mary" used to be a very popular girl name, just as Maria is in Spanish.
Both cultures have also traditionally named our children after popular saints: Peter (Pedro), Joseph (Jose), etc.
But we stop short of naming our sons "Jesus". Why? Is it too bold? Too tasteless? Too arrogant? Are our children unworthy of the honor?
I can only, off the top of my head, think of one white American man whose birth name was "Jesus", and that is Jesus Christ Allin, aka "gg allin", 1956-1993, RIP.
And that's only because gg's dad was some abusive and insane backwoods survivalist minister, whose congregation probably numbered about ten, including his family.