Who signed a November 1971 letter to Pope Paul VI that asked him not to suppress the Latin Mass? Fifty notable people, including novelists Agatha Christie, Graham Greene, Nancy Mitford, and Iris Murdoch, conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra and other companies Colin Davis, The Times (or The Times of London) editor William Rees-Mogg, journalist Malcolm Muggeridge, violinist Yehudi Menuhin, and actor Ralph Richardson. Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi. The Law of Prayer is the Law of Faith. Other Latin Mass lovers are Bill Murray, Pet Shop Boys Neil Tennant, Simon Callow, Jimmy Fallon, and female writer for Downton Abbey Julian Fellowes.
Credits: three sources, including Sensus Fidelium.