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12 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana June Getting ready for life and love By CHARLIE MARTIN Catholic News Service SEARCHIN' MY SOUL I've been down this road/Walkin' the line/That's painted by pride.lAnd I have made mistakes in my life/That I just can't hide. Oh I believe I am ready/For what love has to bringdGot myself together,/Now I'm ready to sing. I've been seachin' my soul tonightdI know there's so much more to life./Now I know I can shine a light/To find my way back home. One by one, the chains/Around me unwind.FEvery day now I feel that I can/Leave those years behind. Oh I've been thinking of you/For a long timedThere's a side of my life/Where I've been blind and so... CHORUS I've been searchin" my soul tonight./l know there's so much more to life./Now I know I can shine a light/Everything's gonna be all right/I've been searchin' my soul tonight./Don't wanna be alone in life./Now I know I can shine a light/To find my way back home. Baby, I been holding back/Now my whole life./I've decided to move on now./Gonna leave all my wor- ries behind. Oh I believe I am ready/for what love has to give./Got myself together/Now I'm ready to live. REPEAT CH(3RUS Written by Vonda Shepard[Paul Gordon Sung by Vonda Shepard Copyright (c) 1992 by Geffen Music/Vondredl Music/French Surf Music adm. By MCA Music Pub- lishing, a division of MCA Inc. (ASCAP) Copyright (c) 1998 by Sony Music Entertainment Inc. "I've been searchin' my soul tonight; I know there's so much more to life; now I know I can shine a light; everything's gonna be all right." These words of Vonda Shepard's "Searchin' My Soul," off the recent "Songs From Ally McBeal" disc can speak to any of us. This theme song for the "Ally McBeal" TV show is also found on Shepard's CD "The Radical Light." This song challenges us to live in new and differ- ent ways. While we may have very good moments, no one has a perfect life. We all face changes, and some of them are tmexpected disappointments. We may realize we are not getting everything out of life that we want. We may see, as the song says, "there's so much more to life!" If you experience any of these thoughts know that God is prompting you to look at The teen years are an especiall form what you want your life to be. This may: setting goals that you cannot attain i ly listen to these desires, thoughts and feelings yours. They are the path along which soul with truth and self-respect. , The person in the song also says: "I believe' ready for what love has to give. Got now I'm ready to live." These words ment of faith in oneself and in the One who life. Sure, we may still hear the inner voice fear. Just know that this is normal. The not need to defeat our new resolve. It helps to tell your trusted friends intentions as well as your doubts. Allow their to tune down the volume of doubt and ing up the clear vision of how your life can ' grWIndeed, "love" has a lot "to give" to eachO! lives. This flows from what the New Testarn us, namely, that all real love comes from God. Don't be afraid to search your soul. many gifts. Trust yourself, trust life who walks with you as you create what life to be. ?, Your comments are always welcome, pleaSe  Charlie Martin, 7125 W 200S, Rockport, Ind' THE CATHOLIC COMMUNICATION NEW YORK (CNS) -- The fol- lowing are capsule reviews of movies recently reviewed by the U,S. Catholic Conference (USCC) Office for Film and Broadcasting. Ratings are also given by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). "Beyond Silence" (Miramax) A young girl (Tatjana Trieb) whose parents (Howie Seago and Emmanuelle Laborit) are deaf is encouraged by her aunt Count on us for professional medical care, any time of the day or night. M mll iMlam L 1314 Grand Avenue Wahinon, Inaiana 47501 (S 12) 254-2760 www.&hosp.or$ (Sibylle Canonica) to take up the clarinet, proves to be musically gifted and, after high school, she (Sylvie Testud) leaves home to enroll in a conservatory, though her father is deeply hurt by what he considers his daugh- ter's rejection of her family. Written and directed by Caro- line Link, the German produc- tion puts across the warm, though sometimes painful, story of a hearing child being raised by deaf parents in an atmosphere of love, yet with occasional misunderstandings which have less to do with words than with emotions and relationships that are universal. Subtitles. Some intense domes- tic confrontations, several sexu- al situations, a toilet scene and a crude expression. The USCC classification is A-III -- adults. The MPAA rating is PG-13 -- parents are strongly cautioned that some material may be inap- propriate for children under 13. "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" (Universal) Repulsive tale in which a con- tinually stoned journalist (John- ny Depp) and his menacing sidekick (Benicio Del Tore) lurch through a boozy, destruc- tive Las Vegas weekend sam- pling every drug they can lay Visiting Nurse Plus, Inc. Supportive services that make a difference. VNP has provide a variety of supportive home health services to area families sinc6 1982. Call us to review a video of our services. VISITING NURSE Evansville 610 E Walnut St. (812) 425-0853 i i i Funeral Homes Funeral Hmes Four Convenient Locations WEST CHAPEL 3033 W. MARYLAND ST, Princeton 108 N First Ave. (812) 385-3717 their hands on. Based on gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thomp- son's 1971 novel, director Terry Gilliam's salute to the acid-trip- ping subculture wallows in glee- ful excess and gaudy nihilism. Constant substance abuse, non- stop profanity and rough lan- guage, and brief nudity. The USCC classification is O -- morally offensive. 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