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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana -- On The Record-- Gain strength from past successes I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW I can see clearly now/the rain is gone/I can see all obstacles in my way/Gone are the dark clouds/They have passedme by It&apos;s gonna be a brightJBright, sunshiny day/It's gonna be a bright, Bright, sunshiny day By CHARLIE MARTIN CNS COLUMNIST Yes, I can make it/Now the pain is gone/All of the bad feelings/Have disappeared/Here is that rainbow/That I've been waiting for/It's gonna be a brightJBright, sunshiny day Look all around/There's nothing but blue sky/Look straight ahead/There's nothing but blue sky I can see clearly/Now the rain is gone/I can see all obstacles in my way/Here is the rain- bow/I've been waiting for/It's gonna be a brightJBright, sunshiny day/It's gonna be a brightJBright, sunshiny day/Bright, bright, sunshiny day/Bright, bright, sunshiny day Bright, bright, sunshiny day/Bright, bright, sunshiny day/Bright, bright, sunshiny day Written by J. Nash Sung by Jimmy Cliff Copyright (c) 1993 by Sony i Music Entertainment Inc. Do you enjoy Caribbean style reggae? If so, Jimmy Cliffs remake of"I Can See Clearly Now" is for you. The song was originally re- leased by Johnny Nash in 1972. Currently this cassingle is climb- ing the charts off the soundtrack from the film "Cool Runnings." The song delivers an optimistic beat and mes- sage. Most of us have had times when the dark clouds of discouragement overcast our lives. How- ever, when the rain of disappointment leaves, we often discover that "straight ahead there's nothing but blue skies." Sometimes though, it seems to "rain" for days or even weeks. When this occurs, discouragement often brings out its close ally fear. Together, these feelings try to tell us that we will never see the blue skies we want in life. If this happens, don't try to weather your emo- tional state alone. Fear likes nothing better than for us to isolate ourselves. Then, its negative in- fluence can overpower our ability to assess a situ- ation objectively. So give up any false pretense of a brave front, and talk with your friends about what you are feeling. It takes courage to share your heart, and doing so is often the first step in moving past your sense of loss or disappointment. Next, turn to the twin mental gifts imagination. Focus your memory on when learning, new insight and with others grew out of encountering ment. Doing this i's not some attempt to deed, it is important to acknowledge our Rather, using memory is a way to feelings with perspective. Remembering times when you eve agement and rediscovered a worth help you attain needed balance for dealing with present feelings. Finally, tune in to your imagination. gift is what God gave each of us to ity. When we imagine future situations isfaction, achievement or whatever we lives, we give ourselves the building to move toward such outcomes. The song speaks about seeing bow I've been waiting for." lenge to believe that this rainbow will Try using the suggestions I've offered wait less a burden. Given faith heart and trust in God, we can come to when we say, "I can see clearly now!" (Your comments are always address: CharlieMartin, RR 3, Box. port, IN 47635.) <:!,. , i  CTNA offerings-. Lumen 2000, Missions Lumen 2000 is a magazine- style series of television Iro- grams, featuring people around, the world whose lives reveal Christ to the people around them. The program is available on CTNA each Fri- day at 2 p.m. CST. Other programs available in- clude an eight-part series on Missions, highlighting the work of Catholic missionaries at home and abroad, on Thurs- days at 6 p.m. CST; Catholic Viewpoint, featuring lively discussions about events of in- terest to Catholics, on Tues- days at 2:30 p.m. CST; Christopher Closeup, hosted by Father John Catoir and fea- turing timely discussion with guest celebrities, on Fridays at 2:30 p.m. CST; and What Catholics Believe, with Je- suit Father Michael Tueth in- volving viewers in a lively, in- teractive quiz on important basics of the Catholic faith, on Thursdays at 3 p.m. CST. CTNA programs are trans- mitted "in the clear" -- that is, unscrambled -- and available to anyone with Ku-band satel- lite receiving equipment. Parishes using CTNA pro- gramming are expected to pay an affiliation fee. Individuals viewing CTNA programming are asked to make a donation. CTNA programs are available on satellite SBS 6, Transpon- der 13. Medical Arts Pharmacy !i  :i : 'i! ': !i!!,iiiiiili J 3700 Bellemeade Avenue Phone 477-1532 Donald Gutzweiler City-Wle De 'livery I Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy Pr Drugs -  - C6ne k2azlnes - "We Delr" Comet Riverside and Governor EvarmvilkD 422-HI1 III I Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman ......... 425,.5293 ............ PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2107 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy.. Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center  Fast Preseflptlon Service ' Ken and Rebecca Hacker ....... 853-7141 I Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. .......... 42522 ............ Fiddler on the Roof Michael Kessler will portray Tevye and Shelly Long will be his wife, High School's production of "Fiddler on the Roof." The student at 7:30 p.m. March 17, 18 and 19 at Memorial's auditorium. Tickets at for adults and $5 for students, r ! -- Message photo by Parents find video games a new amusement tO PHILADELPHIA (CNS) -- As makers of video games were pledging.in Washington to rate future games with a system akin to theatrical movies, par- ents were worrying about how to monitor the games already in their houses. "I can see (excitement) in my little one. His whole body seems to get lost  in a video game, Christine Martin of St. David Parish in the Philadel- phia suburb of Willow Grove said about her 10-year- old son, Dane. "It's like the only thing that is working are his eyes andthumbs. At that point, that's enough.  Dane is an avid Nintendo player. "Sometimes you feel .... like.you rein. them,  he .said. "When you feel you're in the game, you feel like you can beat it more." Nintendo and six other video game makers promised at a congressional hearing March 4 td label the sex and violence content of games coming to market after Nov. 1. About 2,500 titles go on the market each year. But Jack Heistand, chairman of an in- dustry group devising the Vol- untary rating system, told Congress the ratings board being developed would not go back and rate the 4,000-5,000 titles now on the market be- cause it would be too burden- some. The board would include parents,.psychologists and edu- caters. kept secret. dustry Picture. whose has been dn how The the claim, Philips, Nintend about 60 game saleS. year Sega games si GA. Th, tended older, for :(!il !.