Not one church per say, The King james version for example was financed by
King james ( being King Helps ) and his purpose was to make the Bible more accessible to the masses. He wasn't the first. Other's had printed the bible before him such as martin Luther with the new printing press , but in limited copies. The bible wasn't voted in , but the Catholics were against the people having the Bible for their own reading because they didn't won't their parishioners to have that kind of insight , instead the Catholics wanted the people being told what the bible and it's verse meant interpreted by the priest, bishops,cardinals and the Pope. Ultimately, the Bible became so wide spread and available that most churches realized that keeping the Bible from the people would be impossible. To this day, however, the catholics and other religions don't advocate reading the Bible. Instead they prefer their parishioners to ask their local priest for guidance and explanations of verses and the correct interpretation of scriptures.
Not quite. The Catholic Church never forbade the people to read the Bible; only unauthorized versions which contained erroneous translations.
Catholics are encouraged to read the Bible. However, unlike Protestants they are not encouraged to be their own infallible interpreter of Scripture. The Bible is not the only source of truth. 1 Tim 14,15.