Jonathan Brennan said he had used the printing firm for over four years, as Shane Harrison reports
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'Christian firm' refuses to print gay couple's invitations

An Irish printing firm has refused a gay man's request to print invitations for his civil partnership ceremony, because of its Christian beliefs.

Beulah Print and Design, based in Drogheda, County Louth, confirmed it had declined an order from Jonathon Brennan, one of their former customers.

The company said its staff were "Bible-believing Christians" who did not support same-sex marriage.

BBC News NI's Shane Harrison reports.