Pope Francis signed off on a Vatican decree Monday that the Catholic Church will not bless same-sex marriages — a move that, while largely anticipated, flew in the face of his 2013 declaration of acceptance of LGBT parishioners. Monday’s statement drew particular rebuke from gay and lesbian worshippers over its claim that God “does not and cannot bless sin.” Margery Eagan, Boston Public Radio co-host and former columnist for Catholic news site Crux, and Marianne Duddy-Burke, executive director of the LGBT Catholic organization DignityUSA, joined Jim Braude to discuss the news.