Lifestyle | A New York pro-lifer takes the pregnancy center model on the road during the pandemic
by Leah Hickman
Posted 10/22/20, 07:34 am
Nine thousand six hundred square feet. That’s how big Julie Rosati’s house is in Oneida, a small town in central New York. The three-story red-brick building with tall white columns used to be a nursing home. But since Rosati became the director of the Save the Storks Pro-life Training Center in November 2019, it has served a double purpose: a home for her, her husband Steve, and their three adopted children, and a dormitory for the center’s students.