There may be a double standard as to how you can discover if someone broke the rules, but you really can't argue about infractions being biased.
And yes, you are quite demonstrably anti-religion.
As to how many christians follow the contract they signed, that's not known, but I'm guessing a majority. In fact, had she acted like a christian and come to the admin, admitted her sin, repented and asked for forgiveness she may very well have been allowed to keep her job with them. But she didn't. In fact she's missing on the whole admittance, repentence prerequisites.
I can recall many things in contracts, such as no discussing salaries among the other worker bees. Unless things are challenged they will remain the same. Rosie Parks should have moved to the back of the bus is what some are saying in here. Blacks daring to drink from the wrong water fountain...
I can see the desire for 'morality' clauses but like in the dis-cuss-ions on the BoR they are not without limit.
Given the current trend to separate the secular side of religious organizations there maybe a wind of change here.
I can see kicking a nun out of an order for fornication. A priest for molesting children, but like in the healthcare area, employees different. These workers should be treated like other secular employees, unless this young lady is a Church official I see thin ice for the Church to defend itself in court. (I recall a young lady being fired for cohabitation and the Chruch argued because she occasionally lead prayers so she was a 'preacher', even though ALL protestant sects allow for lay people to lead prayers)
This might be an interesting case to put before judges.