The English Crown may be up for a change by parliament in the near future. One of the
items being considered for reform is allowing a papist to be a monarch of England. At the moment there is a 300 law preventing such a thing to happen. “The 1688 Bill of Rights, the Act of Settlement in 1701 and Act of Union in 1707 – reinforced by the provisions of the Coronation Oath Act 1688 – effectively excluded Catholics or their spouses from the succession and provided for the Protestant succession. Neither Catholics nor those who marry them nor those born to them out of wedlock may be in the line of succession.”
Imagine, a Roman Catholic as head of England. I wonder if he or she would remain as head of the CofE? Of course not…..
There are other things being studied. Read the article.