The Whole Point of This Post is Memes and Pictures I Like

Instead of posting another post about how much I don’t post, I will post a post about good postness stuff. (I have the weirdest blog ever. It is literally just stuff I like, of interest to nobody but me.)


Blue. I like blue.


I’m still alive. Yep.

37,014 feet above ground. Going 555 mph somewhere between North Carolina and Virginia. I’m heading back to school after Christmas Vacation.

It seems so crazy that I’m already heading into second semester and that Christmas vacation is already over! It was a great break, full of laughter, tickles, diapers, Christmas carols, family, and baking.

Being in the air is an odd experience. Hovering between heaven and earth, you are partaking of an interesting reality. You are neither here nor there. Your precise location is determined by coordinates, but you can’t easily say where you are. You have fallen into the loophole of the current moment. And isn’t the current moment where you can find God?

This year I plan to keep up with my writing here and on Ignitum Today. In the meantime, thank you for sticking with me!

Here are a couple links which I promise will not disappoint:

 Matt Curley YouTube

  About the Author

          The Search for El Dorado

                                              Until next time, keep smiling!!


Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Curley

This past weekend my family celebrated the crowning in matrimony of my brother Nicholas and his beautiful bride Alexis. Please keep them close in prayer as they begin this new journey together.

Welcome to Liquescently!

All right, folks, I am super excited to share with you my new WordPress site! Please bear with me as I learn how to navigate through the site. I look forward to talking with you in the days to come. Thank you for visiting, and be sure to follow for more posts coming soon!

Check out my latest article here:

God Bless you!


A Much-Belated Update

I realize it has been a looooooong time since I’ve written a post, but my life has twirled in leaps and bounds over the past few months. God has done some crazily awesome things recently, and right now I’m sitting in His wake trying to continue what He began.

Life seems to have gotten away from me as I sort through it (life, I mean!), and it will probably be a few more weeks until I can post regularly again.

I have been working on moving to a WordPress site, so that I can do all of my online writing at one place. (Oh, did I mention I have been publishing some articles on Ignitum Today? You can check out my latest here: Dear Future Husband ) When I finally have my new site ready for readers, you will be among the first to know!

God Bless!!

Bethune Catholic: Aquinas College, Nashville, TN

Dad says it so well over at Bethune Catholic:

Bethune Catholic: Aquinas College, Nashville, TN

Why say more?

What’s Love Got to do With It?

Here is an article by Joseph Pearce over at the Imaginative Conservative: What’s Love Got To Do With It  . It is very well-worth the read.

“For St. Paul, love is the greatest of all the virtues. For Christ, the two great commandments are to love God and to love our neighbor. On the deepest theological level, God is love. God and Love are One. It is ironic, therefore, that Jesus Christ and John Lennon are in apparent agreement. Love is all we need.”

Today please keep my brother’s fiancée in  your prayers as she undergoes a very serious operation and medical analysis.

God Bless!

Up? Or Down? (It’s not really an elevator!)

Every evening during our family prayer time, one or more of my younger siblings prays, “Dear Jesus, please help us make good choices.” This is an echo of what my parents say to them before a potential brawl- “Remember- make good choices!” At first, it seemed to me to be a simple, cute discipline reserved for young children. But recently I’ve been thinking more about it.

No choice remains in isolation. Everything we do will either actively lead us to God or away from Him. And every choice ultimately turns into a decision.

For example: if Clement has a choice between eating salad or ice cream for Monday’s supper and he chooses ice cream, fine. On Tuesday he makes the same choice. He does so again on Wednesday. Then on and on over the next weeks and months he eats a steady diet of ice cream. On that first day, he did not make a decision to eat ice cream for the rest of his life, but choices ultimately turn into decisions. Clement made a decision to neglect his health, pamper his passion, and eat ice cream.

Take the case of St. Maria Goretti. She chose not to yield to man’s impurity and indecent proposals, but rather to imitate Christ. Her decision was to love God and obtain sanctity.

Maybe this is obvious to all of my readers. But I am sitting here contemplating something I’ve never really thought about before. Our every thought, word, and deed is an active choice (and ultimate decision) between God and Death. When it comes to our salvation, there really isn’t any neutrality. If you aren’t for God, you’re against Him. And our actions will give truth to our words.