Catholic adoption agencies cannot pick and choose which sexual orientation of clients it will serve, says Britain’s Charity Commission. And you can guess whether they were looking to discriminate against homos or heteros.
The non-profit Catholic Care insists its funding from the Catholic Church is dependent on not serving gay couples. The plea was met with a “too bad” from the government agency. In 2007, the British government began forcing all adoption agencies, regardless of faith, to ignore sexuality as a determining factor for child placement.