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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana i i i i i Entertainment I II June 28, 1991 I II I On the Record By CHARLIE MARTIN NC News Service Columnist If we open our hearts in prayer, we will see the way Place in This World The wind is moving/But I am standing stfll/A life of pages/Waiting to be filled/A heart that's hope- fulA-head that's full of dreams/But this becom- ing/Is harder than it seems/Feels like I'm/ REFRAIN: Looking for a reason Roaming through the night to find My place in this world My place in this world Not h lot to lean on I need your lighl t help me find My place in this w )rid My place in thisworld. i If there are millions/Down on their knees/Among the many/Can you still hear me/Hear me ask- :iuhere do I belong/Is,fllere a vision/That I can call mY own?/Show me I m REPEAT REFRAIN Written by: Wayne Kirkpatrick, Amy Grant Sung oy Michael W. Smith Copyrigh L fl ;)by O'Ryan Music Are you searching for your'place in this world? Have you found the best way to give and receive all the love you can't These questions occurred to me as I reflected on Michael W. Smith's current hit "Place in This World." Smith is notwell known to pop music fans. This song is a crossover from the Gospel charts, a feat nat often accomplished on the Top service to others. We are all connected on this earth. God invites each of us to fill our part of the planet with light and love How do we do this? How do we find a path that enables us to enrich others' lives? One way is to pause and listen to your heart's desires. Whatever brings you genuine sat- isfaction may also positively affect the lives of 40. others. The lyrics seem to suggest that the song is a .- " i ' Each of us needs to ask what experiences al- prayer for help. The individual m the song real- izes he has "a heart that's hopeful" and "a head most always leave us full of satisfaction and en- that's full of dreams." Yet his attempt to pick.out orgy, What do I just live to do that is also helpful a sure direction for his life i "harder than it to others? seems." He asks God: "Where do I beIong? Is there a vision that I can call my own?" Most of us have wondered about these ques- tions. We want to find the situation that allows us to give the best in ourselyes, We hope to free ourselves from past patterns that restrict our po- tential. We seek a life that makes a difference for others and for our world, Our answers to these questions just might have an effect on the future work we choose for our lives. These questions are with a trusted adult at your school or The most important step is to listen to your feelings. As we begin to connect our deepest in- terests with the direction of our life, we discover ,,- where we L this " One thing is certain: If we open our hearts in prayer, we will see the way. When God gave us life, he also called us to genuine meaning and Yourcamments always are welcome. Please purpose in that life. write: Charlie Martin, RR 3, Box 182, Rockport, Part of this purpose has to do with giving IN 47635. Videocassette reviews i i q 'Edward Scissorhands,' 'GoodFellas,' 'Metropolitan,' 'Paths of Glory' NEW YORK (CNS) -- The following are home videocas- sette reviews from-the U.S. Catholic Conference Office for Film and Broadcasting. "Edward Scissorhands" (1990) A gentle humanoid (Johnny Depp) with grotesque blades for hands is adopted by a family (Dianne Wiest, Alan Arkin and Winona Ryder) and prized by the community for his haircutting and lawn sculpting talents, until ex- ploited by the daughter's boyfriend. Director Tim Burton's off- beat fantasy is an oddly ap- pealing mix of mild comedy and mock tragedy despite its phony pastel suburban set- ting and stereotyped resi- dents. Brief stylized violence and sexual innuendo. The U.S. Catholic Conference classifi- cation is A-II  adults and adolescents. The Motion Pic- . ture Association of America rating is PG-13 -- parents are strongly cautioned that some material may be in.appropri- ate for children under 13. (CBS/Fox, $94.98) "GoodFellas" {1990} The heady rise -- and eventual downfall -- of three Brooklyn hoods (Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci) America's Singing Sweethearts Washingto r Auto Trim 27 Years Service Janel Luttruli, left, Annette Bower, Jennifer Knight and Katherine Small are featured in the cast of The Taffeta& a musical journey through the fifties, being presented by Civic Theatre, Evansville, through July 14. Tickets are $12 and are available by calling the box office at 425-2800. i i i i,ii ii i HAU BSTADT -.,c RUXER ! 24-HOUR Industrial, Commercial and Residential ,6 ,.,, 1 TONYNAZARIO P.O. BOx405 FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY [41l=l.t=l 812-768-5207 Hsubstadt, IN 47639 am I C I J _ are shown from one gang- ster's warped point of view in this fact-based story spanning 30 years. Director Martin Scorsese synthesizes flowing cine- matography, an eye for de- tails and commanding perfor- mances into a chilling re-creation of the empty glamour, endless greed and sick violence that character- izes mob life. Much graphic violence and rough language. The U.S. Catholic Conference classifi- cation is A-IV -- adults, with reservations. The Motion Pic- ture Association of America rating is R -- restricted. (Warner, $94.99) "Metropolitan" (1990) An outsider (Edward C]emenls) who claims to de- test social snobbism is admit- ted to the nightly Manhattan soirees of seven wealthy youngsters and soon finds his life revolving around them. Whit Stillman's directorial debut is marked by a light- hearted comedy of manners, well-acted and enlivened by witty dialogue, but it leaves many unanswered questions about the privileged charac- ters' pointless partying and aimless lifestyles. IIII References to promiscuous relationships. The U.S. :; Catholic Conference classifi- cation is A-III -- adults. The Motion Picture Association of America rating is PG-13 parents are strongly cau- tioned that some material may be inappropriate for chil- dren under 13. (RCA/Columbia, $89.95) "Paths of Glory" {1957) The terrible slaughter of World War I is re-created in this fact-based story of a French colonel (Kirk Douglas) who tries to save his merl from being court-martialed for cowardice in a failed at- tack that should never have been ordered. ' 'S Director Stanley Kubr]ck. anti-war (:lassk contrasts the ! horrors of trench warfare at a the front with the indiffer" ,r i ence and incon]petence of the ! generals (Adolphe MenjoU i and George Macready) safely t quartered in the rear. Graphic battlefield violence ,' and a harrowing execution by I firing squad. The U.S. i,. Catholic Conference classifi" "W cation is A-II --adults and adolescents. Not rated by th0 Motion Picture Association of America. 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