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0 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Entertainment On the Record By CHARLIE MARTIN NC News Service Columnist WHAT BECOMES OF THE BROKENHEARTED? I walk this land of broken dreams/I have visions of many things/Happiness is just an illusion/Filled with sadm.,.,ss and confusion. REFRAIN: What becomes of the broken- hearted?/Who has loved has now de- parted / know that I've got to find/Some kind of peace of mind/Help me please. The roots of love grow all around/But for me they come tumbling down/Every day heartache is growing a little stronger/l can't stand this pain much longer/l walk in shadows searching for light/Cold and alone, no comfort in sight/Hoping itbrings me someone who cares/Always moving but going nowhere (REPEAT REFRAIN) i search alone, I don't succeed though/Someone's love is pulling me/All is lost there's no place for me/All that is left is an unhappy ending . -(REPEAT REFRAIN) where/lust to find someone g every day/I know I'm Look beyond your losses gonna find a way/Nothing's gonna stop me now I'll find a way somehow/What you got to know is/What becomes of the brokenhearted/I'm gonna do/I'm gonna do the best I can Written by James Dean, Paul Riser, William Weatherspoon Sung by Paul Young Copyright (c} 1992 by MCA Records Inc. Devastating loss filled their hearts. What of their lives? Would they too be crucified like this man of dreams that they had followed for the past three years? What would happen to his beautiful vision of healing, of corn passion, of hope that leads to miracles? Their minds surfaced no answers. They could only sit in the silence, each with his or her own brokenheartedness. Perhaps this was the scene on that first Good Friday evening. Jesus now lay in the tomb. For those who had loved him, no glimpse of the Easter soon4o-come lifted their spirits. Like the words of Paul Young's recent chart hit, for these disciples "all that is left is an unhappy ending." Easter is so much more than a remem- : . brance of distant events. It is more than a day: ?! that comes once a year, inviting us to wear nev: clothes and do silly but fun things, iike search .... for colored eggs. Rather, it is God's promise', No hurt, no loss, no brokenheartedness willre" , I main forever. Even while we are lost in hfe s pain, God's healing begins to enter our lives. Easter is God s way of saying that he will give us strength and hope to start again, When life s brokenness shatters our dreams, God :.i walks with us. When "happiness is just an illu il 1."o, God will stand with us in the midst of  our sadness. When we are ' cold and alone, - with "no comfort inside," God will plant now hope in our hearts. This Easter, look at all that hurts in your life. If you feel like those who sat with loss on Good Friday, risk to bring God. Hear God's promise. Realize that not abandon you Easter is the day for healing 1: edness. The song title asks: "What becomes of the brokenhearted?" Easter is the shining answer. The loss, the emotional grief, the confusion, this will be healed. 'Miss Rose White' loolh:s at family reunited after holocaust [, [ Your Personal Service Agent _ By HENRY HERX camps and comes to live with cally U.S. immigrant story of James L. Will Ins. Agency InC. I Catholic News Service her family in New York. discovering one s identity in For the first time, Rose a new world without denying 1925 W. Franklin Street 425-311 NEW YORK (CNS) -- The remnants of a family devas- tated by the Holocaust are re- united in "Miss Rose White," the Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation airing Sunday, April 26, 9-11 p.m. EDT on NBC. The setting is New York City in 1947 where Rose (Kyra Sedgwick), the daugh- ter of Polish-Jewish immi- grants, has anglicized her name, has her own apartment and has just gotten a promo- tion at Macy's department store. As her Aunt Perla (Mau- teen Stapleton) puts it, Rose is "the first of the family to be a real American." Matters become compli- cated, however, when her alder sister, Lusia (Amanda Plummer), is found among the survivors of the death ,.,F,I L. Lee Mortuary. learns the whole story of wily her mother and sister were left behind when her father (Maximilian Schell) brought her to safety in the United States and why he never sent for them. It is a story of necessity, stubborn pride and heart- breaking decisions whose consequences are tragic. As a result Rose becomes estranged from her father and he from her wizen he discov- ers that she has changed her name and is not living as a Jew. As it should in all families, especially those who have shared such deep tragedies, time and events lead to for- giveness, reconciliation and new beginnings. Adapted by Anna Sander from Barbara Lebow's play, the drama presents a typi- 101 North Meridian Street Wmd'dngton, IN 254-,3612 one's family heritage. Giving it unusual interest is the Holocaust context, which takes the viewer through the pain and dilemma of those who escaped and those who were its victims. Veteran director Joseph Sargent conveys well the pe- riod atmosphere but is espe- cially good in using pho- tographs to establish a few flashbacks to events in pre- war Poland. The acting of the principals is quite effective but Schell manages to win viewer's sym- pathy in the difficult role of the father whose pride brought unintended tragedy. Though the conflict within the troubled family has some emotional intensity, the story and its resolution is one to be shared by all. I ,, I nq Buehlers I.G.A. "THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE'S SOURCE OF SAVINGSS QUALITY FOODS and MEATS Also Huntingbur 9 and Oakland City Compliments of Nass & Son Inc. 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