The Three Ages Of The Interior Life: Prelude of Eternal Life

The Three Ages Of The Interior Life: Prelude of Eternal Life

Réginald Garrigou-Lagrange / Oct 17, 2019

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  • Title: The Three Ages Of The Interior Life: Prelude of Eternal Life
  • Author: Réginald Garrigou-Lagrange
  • ISBN: 9780895556547
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
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      • Réginald Garrigou-Lagrange

        R ginald Marie Garrigou Lagrange, O.P February 21, 1877, Auch, France February 15, 1964, Rome was a Catholic theologian and, among Thomists of the scholastic tradition, is generally thought to be the greatest Catholic Thomist of the 20th century He taught at the Pontifical University of St Thomas Aquinas, commonly known as the Angelicum, in Rome from 1909 to 1960.Father Garrigou Lagrange initially attracted attention when he wrote against the theological movement later called Modernism He is also said to be the drafter or ghostwriter of Pope Pius XII s 1950 encyclical Humani Generis, subtitled Concerning Some False Opinions Threatening to Undermine the Foundations of Catholic Doctrine He is best known for his spiritual theology His magnum opus in the field is The Three Ages of the Interior Life, in which he propounded the thesis that infused contemplation and the resulting mystical life are in the normal way of holiness of Christian perfection.enpedia wiki Reginald


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    1. This two-volume set has proved to be one of great influence and importance to me. Fr. G-L has remarkable understanding of the spiritual life - the interior life of the soul - and of how we are to grow as spiritual human beings. He sees the beginning, the intermediate development, and the end of the pilgrimage of life. His insights are, simply put, of immense importance to anyone who seriously wants to discover and reach his or her calling as a human person made in the divine image.


    2. I have finally finished Garrigou-Lagrange's masterpiece, and it was worth all the effort! A stunning synthesis of previous theological thought, this book carefully presents many deep and enduring truths about our communion with God. Over its many chapters Garrigou-Lagrange demonstrates his thesis that the interior life here on earth is a true foretaste of life in heaven. Consequently, all men and women are called to an ever deeper love of God. Anyone who is interested in understanding how the in [...]


    3. This is a summary of the entire body of mystical theology treated in an engaging, orderly and practical manner by Lagrange, a professor at the Angelicum, the most important university of Catholic theology. This is not so much a vertical (historical) treatise of the development of the field, but a horizontal one that connects everything that is known about how man communicates with God on an individual level and what the fruits of that interaction are. The book talks in depth about the human cons [...]


    4. This book was recommended to me ten years ago by my spiritual director at the time, and I've just finished slowly rereading it over the course of the last several months. This book is the only thing I've ever read that takes so many disparate pieces of Catholic teaching, especially certain "list" doctrines like the seven virtues and the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit, and lays them out as an integrated whole in a way that I can see in my own life and/or see as part of a goal to strive for or ask [...]



    5. [Read vol. 1 in entirety for preparation for the Interior Life group study, started/skimmed only vol. 2 since it's more for proficients & perfects]


    6. I bought this set (clothbound) when I was working at a Catholic bookstore and newly converted. If I had found anything like this years earlier, I might not have wandered through the labyrinthine maze of eastern religions and philosophies. But perhaps it was precisely that exploring thst enabled me (slow, stubborn and obtuse as I am) to appreciate the treasure of Fr. Garrigou-Lagrange when at last I found him. The course in Spiritual Theology by Dr. Brant Pitre draws much from the Three Ages (alo [...]


    7. This is much more than a simple overview of the spiritual life. It is a crowning of Garrigou-Lagrange's mission: to show that infused contemplation of the mysteries of faith is the normal way to sanctity. He shows that sanctifying grace is truly the seed of eternal life, in other words, eternal life already begun in us.


    8. Anyone interested in the spiritual life will love Fr Garigou-Lagrange's writings. His writings will make you aware of your soul's connection to God. Very beautiful.


    9. Because I feel I have so much to learn from the author and this particular book, I am starting it over -- CHAM, 6/8/2017


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