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In a letter to Labour MPs, Ms Kelly couched the issue as a dilemma which raised "difficult issues about how to reconcile potentially competing rights and freedoms" of sexual orientation and religious expression. His stance is poignant because of his longstanding friendship with a Welsh gay Anglican priest, the Rev Martin Reynolds, who with his partner has raised a boy with severe behavioural difficulties. Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, the leader of Catholics in England and Wales, demanded an exemption for Catholic adoption agencies, arguing that they would be forced to close down rather than act "against their own consciences". But other cabinet ministers believe there is no realistic compromise available. The move is particularly discomforting for the Archbishop of Canterbury who is facing splits within the international Anglican communion over the issue of homosexual ordinations and gay civil partnerships among the clergy. This, it is said, would have a damaging impact on the size of the pool of potential parents who might adopt vulnerable children and thus reduce their chance of adoption.

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In a letter to Labour MPs, Ms Kelly couched the issue as a dilemma which raised "difficult issues about how to reconcile potentially competing rights and freedoms" of sexual orientation and religious expression.

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Archbishops back Catholic stance on adoption rights for gay couples

Ruth Kelly, the communities secretary, acknowledged last night that the government was hard-pressed to find a compromise on the row over the adoption rights of gay couples but said she was confident that the eventual solution would promote "dignity, respect and fairness for all". His stance is poignant because of his longstanding friendship with a Welsh gay Anglican priest, the Rev Martin Reynolds, who with his partner has raised a boy with severe behavioural difficulties. But other cabinet ministers believe there is no realistic compromise available. The government's difficulties over granting equal adoption rights for gay couples deepened last night as the two archbishops of the Church of England gave their support to the Catholic church's opposition to the plans. This, it is said, would have a damaging impact on the size of the pool of potential parents who might adopt vulnerable children and thus reduce their chance of adoption. Downing Street said yesterday Tony Blair had yet to make up his mind in the dispute over regulations which would require Catholic adoption agencies to consider gay couples as prospective adoptive parents.

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His stance is poignant because of his longstanding friendship with a Welsh gay Anglican priest, the Rev Martin Reynolds, who with his partner has raised a boy with severe behavioural difficulties. But other cabinet ministers believe there is no realistic compromise available. Downing Street said yesterday Tony Blair had yet to make up his mind in the dispute over regulations which would require Catholic adoption agencies to consider gay couples as prospective adoptive parents. In a joint letter to Tony Blair, Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, warned that government splits over the issue threatened to polarise opinion and that the personal conscience of Christians was being put at risk. Mr Blair and Ms Kelly are trying to broker a deal which could include a transition period for Catholic agencies to comply, or the merger of Catholic and non-Catholic agencies.

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