"We are called to serve and care for our brothers and sisters."
We have named this project Tabor House because it was on Mount Tabor that the Lord Jesus was transfigured before the apostles. In this Transfiguration, they saw Jesus in his resurrected glory, transformed and revealed in his true identity as the Son of God. So, too, we hope this project will transform the lives of families so they may discover their innate dignity as children of God and realize the human rights
and blessings which each person deserves. Catholic social teaching reminds us that every person has a right to food, clothing and shelter, meaningful work and a safe environment, that families deserve support so that children can be nurtured lovingly in a stable home. Tabor House will accomplish all of this.