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8 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana -- On The Record-- "2 - The power that words possess ALWAYS  ...... i REPEAT REFRAIN in many types of relationships. This romeo is bleeding/But y CHARLIE MARTIN  However, consider these addit CNS COLUMNIST B If you told me to cry for you/I reaching out to those you love through you can't see his blood/It's B could/If you told me to die for you/I words: nothing but some I would/Take a look at my 1. Speak about specific qualities feelings/That this old dog face/There's no price I won't pay/To that you respect or appreciate, and tell h0w kicked up/It's been raining since you left me/And now I'm drowning in the flood/You see I've always been a fighter/But without you, I give up/Now I can't sing a love song/Like the way its meant to be/But I guess that/I'm not that good any more/But baby that is just me say these words to you REPEAT REFRAIN Written and Sung by: Bon Jovi Copyright (c) 1994 by PolyGram Records Inc. If you like Bon Jovi, you probably love his "Cross Road" CD. His current hit "Always" is off this disc, which also includes some of his best recordings. The song carries the Bon Jovi trademark: lots of vocal power. He can take a song to its emotional limits through the sheer power of his voice. The song describes the grief the man feels after a romance ends. He imagines that the woman will find a new man who will say "the words you've been needing to hear." At this point, the man says he can only "wish I was him" and that "his words were mine to say to you to the end of time." This song attests to the power that words pos- sess. What we say and/or don't say can make a dif- ference in how fragile or how strong our love with another becomes. Most of us realize the significance of saying "thank you," "I'm sorry," and "I love you." These are words of endearment needed for the growth of love aspects of his or her personality affect positive way. 2. When you do something wrong, go1 words of apology. Take behavior. Tell the other how you will changing your actions and doing things the future. 3. Periodically inquire if there are ways t can be more supportive in some area son's life. If the person asks you cannot do, be honest, but keep tive efforts that might be of help to 4. As for your own needs, openly about them. Otherwise, anyone become manipulative, and this type ates resentment, thus eroding love. Use your' to negotiate the differences that arise ing needs. We all know that actions speak more than words. However, when we with the language of support, compassion, love has a chance to home within a relationship. (Your comments are always Please address: Charlie Martin, Rockport, IN 47635.) REFRAIN: I will love you baby, always/And I'll be there/Forever and a day, always/I'll be there/Until the stars don't shine/Til the heav- ens burst/And the words don't rhyme/And when I die/You'll be on my mind/And I will love you always Now your pictures/That you left behind/Are just memories/Of a different life/Some made us laugh/Some made us cry/What made you/Have to say goodbye/What I would give to run/My fingers through your hair/Touch your lips/To hold you near/When you say your prayers/Try to understand/I've made mistakes/I'm just a man/When he holds you close/When he pulls you near/When he says the words/You've been needing to hear/I wish I was him/I wish his words were mine/To say to you/To the end of time k At the movies: Current reviews NEW YORK (CNS) -- The fol- lowing are capsule reviews of movies recently reviewed by the U.S. Catholic Conference Office for Film and Broadcasting. "The Madness of King George" (Goldwyn) Farce mixes with historical drama in this period piece set in 1788 England, where the manic behavior of George III (Nigel Hawthorne) enables his pompous son (Rupert Everett) to be named regent while the queen (Helen Mirren) fumes and a strong-willed doctor (Ian Holm) uses intimidation and re- straints to curb the king's out- bursts so he may be restored to the throne. Hawthorne's vigor- ous performance as the erratic king gradually reveals his touch- ingly frail humanity in director Nicholas Hytner's sprightly re- creation of royal plotting and court intrigues. Some crude sex- ual innuendo and intermittent toilet humor. The U.S. Catholic Conference classification is A-III adults. Not rated by the Mo- Specials on Martin Luther King Jr. The Faith and Values Chan- nel will highlight the life of Martin Luther" King Jr., during three prime-time specials on Monday, Jan. 16, from 8 to 10 p.m. Legacy of a Dream. James Earl Jones narrates this portrait of Dr. King's battle to secure the constitutional right to vote for African Americans. Andrew Young and Coretta Scott King are featured. 7 7:30 p.m. CST. Assignment: The Legacy of Martin Luther King. Twenty-five years after the murder of Martin Luther King, journalist Charles Wheeler traveled through the United States to assess the mood of African Americans today. The result of his work is this hour- long documentary, which ex- amines what King's legacy means to them and how close America is to being at peace with itself. 7:30 -- 8:30 p.m. CST. Dreams of Kings. Music, dance, documentary footage from the civil rights move- ment, excerpts from speeches by Martin Luther King Jr. and the Resurrection story are brought together in a special that traces the spirit of justice from ancient times to today. 8:30 m 9 p.m. CST. tion Picture Association of America. "A Man of No Importance" (Sony Pictures Classics) Seriocomic tale set in 1960s Dublin where a bus conductor with artistic pretensions endeav- ors to stage an amateur produc- tion of Oscar Wilde's "Salome" in the parish hall until gossip of the play's immorality and the unwed pregnancy of the lead (Tara Fitzgeralcl) dash his hopes and force him to face up to his latent homosexuality. Director Suri Krishnamma's character study of an obsessive bachelor in his 50s starts in whimsical fash- ion, then grows increasingly dark in a clumsy, heavy-handed attempt to convey the lonely passion of an individual inno- cent of sexual experience but driven by yearnings for another man. Sympathetic treatment of a character's unfulfilled homo: sexual inclinations, a brutal beating and a brief but graphic sex scene with a heterosexual couple. The U.S. Catholic Con- ference classification is A-IV -- adults, with reservations. The Motion Picture Association of America rating is R -- re- stricted. "Safe Passage" (New Line) A middle-aged woman (Susan Sarandon) is joined by her es- tranged husband (Sam Shepard) and six grown sons when a sev- enth son, a Marine in the Mideast, is reported missing after a terrorist bombing, and while awaiting further news vent long-standing familial frus- trations. Although director Robert Allan Ackerman's earnest kitchen-sink drama deals with numerous prickly personal problems and family re- lationships, its glum tone and lethargic pacing blunt its exami- nation of the enduring strength of family ties. Several sexual ref- erences, brief recreational drug use, occasional profanity and minimal rough language. The U.S. Catholic Conference classi- fication is A-III -- adults. The Motion PictureAssociation of America rating is PG-13 -- par- ents are strongly cautioned that some material may be inappro- priate for children under 13. Wo A Chinese couple Gong Li) struggle children while multuous upheavals from the 1940s throug hl of poverty under Chairman Mao of the Cultural rector try of fords heartfelt universal will ture one's fami Some gory woman's The U.S. CathC classification and adolescentS" the Motion picture of America. Girls wanted from Kentucky and Indiana between 7 -- 19, to compete in this year's fifth annual 1995 Louisville Pageants. Over $20,000 in prizes and scholarships. Call today 1-800-PAGEANT Ext. 0864 (1-800-724- 3268). AUTO RATES INCREASING? TEENAGE DRIVERS? Call us today fordiscounts Good student discounts Auto/Home discounts o Good Driver discounts INSURANCE AGENCY JAMES A. NIEMEIER 464-5993 Mater Dei Class of '69 I I I