It's not a great situation.
It's not really a good policy, IMO.
But ultimately, if you don't want to abide by the terms of a contract, you shouldn't sign it. And she did. And then she didn't abide by the rules in that contract. Breaking your word and violating a contract can have consequences.
THAT is my means test, if the Church wishes to engage in secular enterprizes, hospitals, general education schools they conform with secular world.
What amazes me is the idea ANY Church, much less a Catholic one fails the Jesus test. Jesus didn't cast out the sinner, the prositute, the leper.
Her lawyer is about as scummy as they get, so no need to say anything further. She signed, and now she must face the consequences of her actions. Wait, that's how our society universally did things back years ago; now, however, apparantley no one should have to face consequences for their actions.
“When buying and selling are controlled by legislation, the first things to be bought and sold are legislators.” - P. J. O’Rourke
“Socialism is great until you run out of someone elses money” Margaret Thatcher