The Act of Settlement is good in so far as it reminds us Catholics who we are and what we believe. It reminds us that we reject the Protestant settlement and the Glorious Revolution and, for that matter, the American and French revolutions. It reminds us that we are Europeans, not Anglo-Americans, and, if we are old enough and pompous enough, it reminds us also that England was once known as "Mary's Dowry".
Remember, remember the fifth of November...
If they do this, won’t the Windsors have to hand the throne to the Wittelsbachs? They have a better claim based on descent from King James I. George I became king in 1714 because he was the closest Protestant cousin to Queen Anne, but there were a number of Catholic relatives who were more closely related.
Or a Catholic can remember Tyburn.
The Reichstag Fire before the Reichstag Fire.