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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana -- On The Record-- ALL FOR LOVE Helping those in need Written by Bryan viously, there are many ways to work for the  0 When it's love you give/I'll be a man of good faith/When it's love you live/I'll make a stand/That I won't break/I'll be the rock/You can lean on/Be there when you're old/To have and to hold/When there's love inside/I swear I'll always be strong/And there's a reason why I'll prove to you/That we belong/I'll be the one That protects you/From the wind and the rain From the hurt and the pain (REFRAIN) Let's make it all for one/And all for love/Let the one you hold/Be the one you want/The one that you need/Because when it's all for one/It's one for all/When there is someone/That you knowfrhen just let your feelings show/Make it all for one/And all for love When it's love you make/I'll be the fire in your night/Then it's love you take/I will defend, I will fight/I'll be there when you need me/When honor's at stake/This vow I will take (REPEAT REFRAIN) Don't lay our love to rest/Because we can stand up to the test/We got everything and more/More than we had ever planned/More than rivers/Running through the land/We got it all (REPEAT REFRAIN) By CHARLIE MARTIN CNS COLUMNIST i Adams/Robert John "Mutt" Lange/Michael Kamen Sung by Bryan Adams/Rod Stewart/Sting Copyright (c) 1993 by A&M Records Inc. Put together three of rock's biggest stars and what do you have? Well, a hit for sure, but also a built-in advertisement for any film related to the song! And this is exactly what "All for Love" offers. Off the soundtrack of"The Three Musketeers," the cassingle is rapidly rising on the charts. The combination of Sting, Rod Stewart and Bryan Adams would likely make any release into a chart-topper. Drawing its message from the movie, the song describes the bond of commitment between friends. In the sons words, "When honor's at stake, this vow I will take." "Let's make it all for one, and all for love." Perhaps such a chivalrous idea seems out of place in a world afflicted by a lack of respect for human dignity. "All for one and all for love" may have made sense in the era of the musketeers. Yet, express it today and others might think that you've lost touch with reality! Well, maybe not. The vision of working for the comrrron good is at the heart of being Christian. As today's followers of Jesus, we can adhere to such an ideal no matter how foolish it might ap- pear. How might a teen-ager aspire to this ideal? Ob- others. Consider the area where you live. shelter for homeless people? If so, how a club at school or your parish's youth involved with this important service. Contact the organization sponsoring the and inquire how a group of teens time and assistance. Your actions lief in the honor of every human person. Next, consider reaching out to our How about working to get your high school in Sarajevo, Beirut or some other ace violence erodes human honor and dignity? The goal would be to get to know these people. What kind of music do they like? do they hold? How could your high support these hopes? Try working tional aid agency like Catholic Relief Services, Red Cross. The underlying issue is others, want to work to make the vision thrive in our World. Are there people human honor and dignity above s with materialism and self-gain? Ultimately, this question has to sonally. To answer affirmatively takes belief. It takes commitment. ] one and all for love." i! i  (Your comments are always address: Charlie Martin, RR 3, Box, port, IN 47635.) iii  : CTNA offerings: 12-part series on Church in U.S. began in mid-January. It tells the story of the Catholic Church in the United States from pre-colonial times to the present. The programs are pro- duced by Paulist Press, and tell how Cathblics came to America, how they changed America m and how they were changed by America. - * Catholics/Americans is A documentary series, transmitted by CTNA on Catholics/Americans is Ku-band Satellite SBS 6, currently available on Transponder 13, on Thurs- CTNA. The 12-part series days at 6:30 p.m. CT. NOW AVAILABLE 'Schindler's List' could be big By GERRI PARE Catholic News Service NEW YORK (CNS) -- This year's Oscar presentations March 21 may end up as Steven Spielberg's big night. He looks sure to finally win a directing Oscar for "Schindler's List." Despite being the most com- mercially Successful director in movie history, Spielberg has always been denied the presti- gious directing Oscar. In 1987, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presented him with the Irving G. Thai- berg Memorial Award -- an honorary Oscar -- in recogni- tion of his collective body of work. Vincennes Catholic Schools 1792 -- 1992 Two hundred years of permanent pastors and Catholic education in Knox County, Indiana Purchase your copy today. You will receive this 120 page hardbound book, tracing 200 years of Catholic education in Knox County. Pictures and sketches complement the text.which has been prepared by Dr. Walter Rinderle and Richard Day, with the assis- tance of Dr. David Grundman, Carol Bousley, Bonnie Sanders and Ed Schnautz. This attractive book was commissioned to raise funds for the Christian Educational Foundation of Vincennes. Send me my personal copy of Vincennes Catholic Schools: 1792 -- 1992. I have enclosed $20 to cover the cost of the book, shipping and handling. NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP Mail this coupon and $20 to the Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville IN 47724-0169 I I I I II Illl IIIII I I I Indeed, "Schindler's List" (U.S, Catholic Conference clas- sification A-III -- adults, Mo- tion Picture Association of America rating R -- re- stricted), the highly acclaimed story of how Catholic Oskar Schindler saved 1,100 Jews from certain death in concen- tration camps, may come out on top at the awards ceremony; it has the most nominations a dozen, many in major cate- gories. Its greatest competition seems to be from "The Piano" (A-IV -- adults,with reserva- tions, R), with its eight nomi- nations, considered a strong contender for Best Picture and certain to cop Best Actress award for Holly Hunter. Jane Campion, writer-direc- tor of "The Piano," may deprive Spielberg of his directing Oscar, and "The Piano" may even win in . the Best Picture category, but it's just as likely Ms. Campion will instead get to grasp the golden statuette for Best Screenplay. In the Best Actor race, An- thony Hopkins in "The Re- mains of the Day" (A-II -- adults and adolescents, no MPAA rating), Daniel Day- Lewis in "In the Name of the Father" (A-III, R) and Liam Neeson in "Schindler's List" gave outstanding perfor- mances. But Tom Hanks as the AIDS-inflicted lawyer in "Philadelphia" (A-IV, PG-13 -- parents are strongly cautioned that some material may be in- appropriate for children under 13) is the strongest contender. Laurence Fishburne as wife- beater Ike Turner in "What's Love Got To Do With It" (A, III, R) is this year's long shot., Angela Bassett as Ike's fiery wife, Tina Turner, in the same movie is also the long shot in the Best Actress field. 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