From the BBC:
Downing Street has said there will be no exemption from anti-discrimination laws for Catholic adoption agencies.
But Tony Blair said they would get 21 months to prepare for change, calling this a "sensible compromise".
Adoption agencies had warned they would close rather than place children with gay couples, saying that went against their beliefs.
The proposed measures are likely to face a vote in Parliament next month before coming into effect on 6 April.
Mr Blair said he believed ministers had found a "way through" to prevent discrimination and protect the interests of children, which all "reasonable people" should be able to accept.
"There is no place in our society for discrimination. That's why I support the right of gay couples to apply to adopt like any other couple."And that way there can be no exemptions for faith-based adoption agencies offering public funded services from regulations that prevent discrimination."
This sort of thing seems pretty unlikely in the USA, and we don't even have a head of state who is also the head of the official church!