Yeah, and I did it all with a clean conscious, though now I am not sure burning a Protestant translation was right. But hey St. Pius X said to do it and my patron would have done it as he burned Protestants with joy, too. Of course even the Protestant minister Jonathan Swift said that Thomas More was the greatest man to ever be known in England, if not for his zeal for Rome for his natural virtues and bravery. Whatever one thinks of Thomas More's zeal for burning Protestants, I think it is hard to deny his bravery in upholding his principles even in fear of death. In any case I have the King James version and the Vulgate on my phone. Of course I do not think Catholics have to get rid of Protestant Bible's any more, though I suppose radical Catholic traditionalists would say they do. I argued with some trad friends who still think you have to get permission from your parish priest to read a book on the Index, which of course was done away with by the pope himself. Of course this is one of the problems for Catholic trad--they listen to the pope when it pleases their view of "tradition", but when it does not they choose not to. I was Catholic then and simply said it might be good not to read those book, but if school or some desire to read them to understand the idiots who wrote these books was you desire you needed not permission. It's not a sin, but can lead to sin and be careful was my view. They thought it was a mortal sin though.