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The Three Ages of the Interior Life

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The Three Ages of the Interior Life

For other uses of Three Ages, see Three Ages (disambiguation).

The Three Ages of the Interior Life : Prelude of Eternal Life is a book written by French theologian Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange in 1938. It explains the entire Catholic tradition on the spiritual life covering virtually all aspects of the faith. Composed of 95 chapters, it is a synthesis of Garrigou Lagranges's earlier works, Christian Perfection and Contemplation and Love of God and the Cross of Jesus. It is widely regarded as a classic of modern theological literature.

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