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8 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana April -- On The Record--- Easter means that "love is the only w00iy" HELPING HAND Everybody needs a helping hand/Take a look at your fellow man/And tell me what can I do today/Every- body needs a helping hand/If that ain't what it's all about/Tell me what/What can I do What can I do today -ByCHARLIELTIN I CNS COLUMNIST We've all seen trouble/From time to time There is a mountain ahead/I've got no strength to climb/If you're feeling like you're strong Reach out to me/I hope this journey won't take long/But won't you please/Have mercy (REPEAT FIRST VERSE) I'm talking about/The soul all alone/Needing the daily bread/Some place to lay his head/And I'm talking about/the neighbor on your street Won't you look him in the eye/Take time to speak/That's mercy (REPEAT FIRST VERSE) Love one another/Sister and brother/Love is the only way (REPEAT FIRST VERSE) WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The Eternal Word Television Network and the Faith & Val- ues Channel, both cable out- lets, have lined up an array of special Holy Week and Easter programs. Written by Tommy Sims 1/4 Amy Grant 1/4 Beverly Darnall Sung by Amy Grant Copyright (c) 1994 by Bases Loaded Music 1/4 Age to Age Music Ific. (ASCAP) Amy Grant's "Helping Hand" is about miracles. The song is off her popular "House of Love" disc. It challenges us to make miracles happen by reach- ing out to a "neighbor on your street" and to "the soul all alone." Easter is about miracles too -- the miracle of new life. Do you have a miracle ready to give to someone this Easter? Easter is not just about a day in the past -- some 2,000 years in the past. Easter is about today. Easter reminds us that we can create mira- cles for others. I do not intend to talk about fine-sounding gen- eralizations. Rather, I want to talk about your life and the power within you to make definite changes in your small corner of our world. Look around. Who needs a renewed touch of love? How can you turn Easter 1995 into an oppor- tunity to give more of your time, concern and ef- fort so that someone else can experience the mira- cle of genuine dare? Time spent with a grandparent, a peer who is struggling or a younger sibling who needs encour- agement is a way of saying that this person's life counts to you. This message is uplifting for others and helps to heal emotional pain. Another way to create Easter miracles is to w, with a group on fun and worthwhile program,' are three ideas that a parish youth group, reuv' education class or some other group co "ld att 1. Many communities sponsor t manity projects. of a private home for a family who never afford one. You don't need pc ..... skills to help out. Contact your local Hablm$ u to learn what your group could do. tMt 2. Organize a fund-raiser for an area agenCY is helping others in some way. Be creative: W y. our group's combined brain power,, surey_,,ctive  'i come up with a day's activity that is pruu : fun. 3. Reach out to the forgotten in society. Fe.W s' more ignored than the people on death. ^w toov irW'  your social studies or religion teacher l, a .--$rz the names of tzese people Then orgazlv,gsele letter-writin nartv Send your letters m ,. 'tl ple in prisonto let'them know that there are o' who care about their lives.  Easter makes clear that the life of JesUs con- S' fflesSagv  ues. Easter reminds us to hve Jesu .... a help day, creating miracles through the e ;ve i t hand. Affirm all of life by showing tha : only way." me please" our comments are always welco ' . _. loc#P dress: Charlie Martin, RR 3, Box 182, 47635.) Liturgical events to be shown on EWTN include: The pope's Way of the Cross, conducted at the ColDs: scum in Rome, April 14, 4:30 6 p.m. Also shown Holy Sat- urday, April 15, 11:30 p.m. 1 a.m. on F&V. Cable networks line up special Holy Week, Easter Program o'aF Easter Vigil service, live p.m. from the Holy Father at St. --"The Her, o tl from the shrine, Holy Satur- Faith and Values high- Peter's, Sunday, April 16, noon ater production auu -=--d tvlo" facing deam " -'-, day, April 15, 7 -- 10 p.m. lights include: -- 1:30 p.m. Also shown on undying love sPannq.;i -- Solemn Easter Masses, -- "Cotton Patch Gospel," EWTN at 6 p.m. April 16.  .- live from Our Lady of the An- Harry Chapin's musical -- "Rejoice," with Anglican years, April 1617. _tj t leSa,:. gels Monastery in Birming- retelling of the story of Christ Archbishop Desmond Tutu -- ,The Las ...... ad , , Art Carney inan ham Ala. Easter Sunday, in a contemporary countryside preaching in an Easter wor- April 16, 7 -- 8 a.m., and live setting, April 15, 6 -- 8 p.m. ship service from South Africa, the O Henry storY, ! Area TV stations to carry.Easter Mass WFIE Channel 14, Evans- ville, will broadcast Alleluia! He has risen: Easter Mass from Albany, on Sunday, April 16, from 6 to 7 a.m. Bishop Howard Hubbard of Albany will celebrate the Mass from the chapel of the Provicial House of the Sisters of St. Joseph Carondolet in Latham, N.Y. People from several African countries as well as African-Americans and parish- ioners from surrounding parishes will join together in the celebration. The production is funded by the Catholic Communication Campaign of the U.S. Catholic Conference. WTVW Channel 7, Evans- ville, broadcasts Mass each Sunday at 10 a.m., sponsored by the Diocese of Evansville. WAZ TV 52, broadcasts "Mass each Sunday at 11 a.m. The Mass is taped earlier in the day at St. Theresa Church, Evansville. WBG TV 27, Jasper, carries the Mass each Sunday at 11 a.m. The Mass originates at St. Joseph Church, Jasper. NEW YORK (CNS) -- The following are capsule reviews of movies recently reviewed by the U.S. Catholic Conference Office for Film and Broadcasting. Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (Gramercy) Repellent slasher sequel in which a horribly mutilated black man (Tony Todd), killed for impregnating his white lover in the 1890s, returns to life in present-day New Or- from the shrine, 11 a.m. -- 1 -- Easter Mass and message April 16, 6 -- 7 p.m. 7:30-8 p.m. , At the movies: Current capsule revie W: of America rating is R --re- Writer.direcr :;',.' fanciful comedy .,u t thin narrative Wzrarzi -^- *.e,,ond its cp t, tittJ distinction bet:t  re00ity. of promisCUitY' a#li stances of fle et $o:h: o-,.H.ed viole.n:, tt stance of rougl fe th01ic Co' # U.S. Ca - qI sification is_.:,/ The Motion pic'.. rl, of AmeriCa rating  " , venge on the family whose an- cestors betrayed him and any- one else who gets in his way. Employing strictly one-dimen- sional characters, director Bill Condon exploits violence and hateful racial animosities in a dreary series of grisly killings. Excessive violence and gore, fleeting shots of simulated sex and occasional profanities and rough language. The U.S. Catholic Conference classifica- tion is O -- morally offensive. stricted. Don Juan DeMarco (New Line) Featherweight romantic fable in which a delusional pa- tient (Johnny Depp) claiming to be legendary lover Don Juan tells his weary psychiatrist (Marlon Brando) embroidered tales of loves won and lost so inspiring that the doctor redis- covers romance with his de- leans, wreaking murderous re- The Motion Picture Association lighted wife (Faye Dunaway). COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Auto! Home! Fire & Life! Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. 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