We have a new shepherd in our midst, Father Brian Fabiszewski. He comes to us from Incarnation Catholic Parish in Tampa where he has served as a Parochial Vicar. Fr. Brian visited with me, and our Parish Staff a couple of times and he is very excited that Most Holy Name of Jesus Parish is now his new Spiritual home. Continue to grow with him and enjoy the many gifts he brings that will enrich each one of you. Thank you for welcoming him.


May the LORD keep and protect you and let us remain united in prayer. Amen!


Fr. Frank


Fr. Brian Fabiszewski

was born in Nashville, Tennessee on February 27, 1977 to John and Joann Fabiszewski.  However, Fr. Brian spent a majority of his childhood growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  He has one older brother, Jeffrey, who is married and has a thirteen-year-old son named Tyler.  While growing up in Pittsburgh Fr. Brian participated in many organized athletics, which included baseball, football, ice hockey, and soccer.  Fr. Brian is an avid follower of all the Pittsburgh sports teams as well as the local Tampa Bay sports franchises.  While living in the Pittsburgh area Fr. Brian was an altar server, Boy Scout, and attended parochial school from the fourth grade through his sophomore year of High School.  He and his family moved to Clearwater, Florida prior to his junior Year of High School.  His family have been parishioners of    St. Catherine of Siena Church in Largo for the past twenty nine years, where Fr. Brian has assisted with St. Vincent de Paul society, bingo, and ushering.  Upon graduation from High School, Fr. Brian received his Associates of Arts degree from St. Petersburg Junior College and then a Bachelors of Arts degree in History from Eckerd College.  While attending college Fr. Brian was in charge of the seafood department at Publix for five years and worked as a computer technician for Equant and Nexicore for eight years.  In 2009, Fr. Brian completed a Bachelors of Philosophy degree at St. John Vianney College Seminary and then a ten-week summer program at the Institute of Priestly Formation in Omaha, Nebraska.  Additionally, in the summer of 2010 he completed a six-week Spanish immersion program in the Dominican Republic.  In 2011 Fr. Brian completed an eleven week internship at Woodside Hospice during his Clinical Pastoral Education program.  Fr. Brian graduated with a Master’s in Divinity from St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary in 2014 and was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Lynch in the same year.  He has served as Parochial Vicar at Most Holy Redeemer in Tampa, St. Ignatius of Antioch in Tarpon Springs, and Incarnation in Tampa