From the Tampa Bay Times:
The suit, filed June 26, alleged that her old school had “become woke” by focusing too much on diversity and equity, and had strayed from Catholic teaching. The Scarpos demanded refunds of donations and tuition. They said the academy should stop billing itself as a Catholic institution. Now Kelly and two other Holy Names alumnae are pushing back with an open letter that says the practices the Scarpos criticize are not lapses, but examples of Catholic faith in action. As of Friday, the letter had been signed by more than 430 alumni from the Tampa school as well as other academies in Seattle and New York run by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary.