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0 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana June 26, 1995. Entertainment I I I On the Record By CItARLIE MARTIN NC News Service Columnist IF YOU ASKED ME TO Don't settle for unhappiness because of your past Used to be that/[ believed in something/Used to be that I believed in love/It's been a long time/Since I've had that feeling/That I could love someone/That I coiild trust someone/[ said that I would never/Let someone near my heart again/I said that I'd never/Let anybody in, but REFRAIN: If you asked me to/[ might just change my mind/And let you in my life for- ever/If you asked me to/I just might give my heart/And stay here in your arms forever/[f you asked me to/If you asked me to Somehow ever since I've been around you/Can't go back to being on my own/Can't help feeling doubts/Since I've found you/But I found my heart And I found the reward/( said that I'd never/Let .... anybody get too close to me/l said I needed, need to be free, but (Repeat Refrain) I promise you I will/Give my word to be there/I need you now/I :swear to you I'll do my best/If you asked me to Sung by Celine Dion Copyright (c) 1992 by Sony Music Entertainment Inc. Written by D. Warren about the fears she feels about being loved? .... Many times, a person's inability to trus t: has to do with the past, especially events that occurred in one's family. It is a mistake to think that hurts suffered long ago do not affect current relationships. In fact, the opposite is true. We tend to carry these hurts into new love relationships" There they act as blocks or sabotages to finding the happiness that we seek. From my own personal journev, I can as-i..,,,,l:i sure you that if yon have been disrespecte 'o!ii| abused, neglected or in any other way hurt asa:: ! child or teen, you can be'helped toovercol.e i this pain. In every community there are people::; trained to help you face and understand your:: past, and truly move beyond it, The first steP, is to ask a trusted adult'like a thvorite teacher or someone at your parish how to contact such a person. God wants our lives to be filled with love.,/!| You deserve to find it and trust love coin" ; I plotely, Don t settle for chronic unhappiness 5: because of painful experiences in your past. (Your comments are always welcome,: Please address: Charlie Martin, RR 3, Bo ii 182, Rockport, IN 47635.) Celine Dion has a new hit on the charts, "If You Asked Me To." I like her vocal style and have become a fan of her music. The song discusses one of love's most impor- tant aspects - - trust. Along with respect, trust is most necessary if love is to endure. For the woman in the song, "It's been a long time since I've had that feeling ... that I could trust someone." She doesn't state why she has lost her ability to trust and believe in love. She wants her current love to reach out and ask her to give him her heart. If he takes this risk. she hopes that she can overcome her fears "and stay here in your arms forever." However, learning to trust again may not be that easy. The romantic concept of "forever," rarely heals the type of hurt that destroys one s ability to trust. Certainly, it helps when someone reaches out to us. When a. person risks his or her feelings, it demonstrates that another finds us trustworthy. This risk alone helps to heal the pain that keeps us from believing and trusting in love, Yet, beyond this other person's gesture, the woman needs to look deeper at the pain within her. What are its origins? Can she name and talk I I I I Message I I Crystal Gayle to perform during Benedictine 12 5th anniversary celebration. Tick- ets for the concert will go on sale Saturday, June 27 at the sister's Summer Festival in Ferdinand. NEW YORK (CNS) -- The hype surrounding the release of"Batman Returns" (Warner Bros.) turns out to be a lot of Subscribe to the Country music singer Crys- Tickets are $16 for reserved 0 [#b tal Gayle will present an 8 seats and $12 for general ad- p.m. concert on October 17 at mission and may be obtained 4 the Huntingburg Memorial at the Summer Festival, June  Gym. Crystal Gayle's perfor- 27 and 28 or by mailing your check or money order to: Sis- * * RCH mance is part of the Sisters of ters of St. Benedict, 802 E. U St. Benedict's year-long 125th Tenth St., Ferdinand 47532. Beginning Monday, June 30, general admission tickets will be available at the Buehler's t ' Food stores in southern Indi- ana and tlenderson, Ky. CNS: 'Batman' mostly hype human element in a cartoon story with artificial thrills. Batman has absolutely no character development this hot air.Co-producer Tim Bur- go-round and Catwoman and ton again directs Michael Penguinareas beastlvasthey  f,,(,/I, g7 ":" 4:00 p,f/l, -- 77 Keaton in the title role to this are ultimately boring. 9 overwrought sequel of the What's left are the darkly Highland Woods , Hart St. Road. Vincennes 1989 blockbuster, alluring visuals which are But gone are Jack Nichol- eyefuls, especially the highlv I I son as the Joker and Kim - - 1 l Basinger as photojournalist stylized re-creation of Rucke- FRICASSEE CHICKEN DINNERS Vicki Vale. In their stead is a feller Center and the. Central * By The Bowl  * Eat In I . Eat In fiendish Penguin (Danny De- Park Zoo. All else, however, ,k Car Out * Carry Out . . Carry out Lfi Vito), a whip-brandishing is madly overproduced. Catwoman (Michelle Pfeiffer) Disturbingly, the movie is and a power-crazed magnate being marketed to appeal to .*" Raffle Tickets *:. Entertainment (Christopher Walken). all ages. It is, however, adult win cash. ui,s. 1" Home Mode The grotesque little Pen- material, not only because of Soine0 Goss, Ahons Ice Cream guin is out to find the parents the violence level and leering *** Cane Booth *: Fish Pond who abandoned him as an in- sexual asides, but because of **o Concessions fant as he operates out of a its snickering attitude toward *.'* Duck Pond .:- Bingo .:- Novelty Booth subterranean base in the human life and values. *,** PulITabs city's zoo. Due to much stylized vio- .*- Turtle Races And even more insidious lence, some of it quite nasty, enemy is Max Shreck and occasionally blatant sex- (F" The Same GOOD OLD -FASHIONED HOME-COOKED DINNERS, Family Style {Walken], the ruthless indus- trialist bent on some mad ual innuendoes, the U.S. (q" The Same GAMES AND PRIZES (P" The Same Famous ST. JOHN FRICA$$E scheme of siphoning off the Catholic Conference classifi- city's energy supply, cation is A-III- adults. The blj?,.11 When his secretary, Selina Motion Picture Association of . BUT TIME AND DAY: (Pfeiffer), learns of his plan, America rating is PG-13- "J[  0 - = ,  -_).'7-[Jj)5. ]  ] [Jl. Max kills her, but she is then parents are strongly cau-  .. transformed into the murder, tioned that some material = a ; a" ; ous Catwoman. may be inappropriate for chil- tber Don Ackerman & St. Jobn Parishioners I t,ite You To A i What"s' missi'ng' is' the'., alton.under-l-3 ....... .........