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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Entertainment October 9, Oct I % On the Record By CHARLIE MARTIN CNS Columnist START THE CAR God gives us courage and strength for change Well I'm tired of the pressure/So tired of the pace/Just want to grab you baby/And get out of thin place/l got no Chance of making it, working downtown/I'm just walking slow and talking low/And tired of going down, down, down Start the car, we gotta moveTrhis ain't no living, this ain't no groove/It's been a. long hard t, oad/Come on baby, let's drive it home/Start the car this ain't no this ain't change? For the person in Jude Cole's new hit, "Start the Car," the time is right now. To put it simply, he's had it with his job and the town that he lives in. He's "tired of the pressure, so tired of the pace." He's ready to "start the car" because "we gotta move." by talking over your plans with someone  trust. In a teen's Case, this include adults such as one's or perhaps someone at the parish, These individuals can help you think through alternatives for change that will truly improve the situation. Apparently, he did not always feel this way, Ultimately, each one of us is the final ( for "we started out for paradise.' However. he sion maker when it comes to our own has discovered "this ain't no promised land." Now he is ready to live with dignity and style, helpful way Clearly, this person is full of frustration and needs a change. However, simply to start the car fore acting. and head offto some unknowri destination is not Next, every not so[fie for a the white Imy hlu faction and emptiness. YoL how we make a change determines whether the change will actu- goal through a more day/ out Effective change takes patience. Making a major change or decision solely on emohonal im- pulse is more likely to make lie worse than to improve it. us scary, but ( and more and you know when it's time to make a merit into one's life. Second, helpful changes are brought about ('Your comments are always welcome. Please address: Churlle Martin, RR 3, Box IN 47635 Cardinal Roger Mahony outlines Hi-Tech Sheet Metal Inc. Residential, Industrial & Commercial Heating & Cooling Installation Sales & Service criteria for movie, TV values LOS ANGELES (CNS} , makers? he asked. "Their and the portrayal of sexuality, Both the makers and the power-- for, good or for ill -- women, family, religion, watchers of television and is awesome, work, possessions, authority movies are responsible for the Filmmakers have an obliga- and violence. finished product, said Cardi- tion to entertain, Cardinal Cardinal Mahony said sex- nal Roger M. Mahony in a Mahony said. "But while they uality is "more complex and new pastoral letter. He of- entertain, filmmakers as any more significant than the ca- fered criteria rather than artists also have an obligation sual coupling of two bodies." censorship, to enrich their audiences, to He said it "presupposes an I- "Because I reject censor- share with them some insight thou relationship and brings ship, I do not propose a code to govern what filmmakers may create, nor do I wish to dictate what intelligent view- ers may see," Cardinal Ma- hony said in the pastoral. But "artistic freedom must always be responsible," the cardinal said. Artistic free- dom "cannot be separated from the moral order," he added. "Such a separation would result nat in freedom, but license." Cardinal Mahony made his remarks in his pastoral titled "Film Makers, Film Viewers: Their Challenges and Oppor- tunities." The motion picture indus- try's new NC-17 rating "is of limited help, since most of our young people reach emo- tional maturity much later than 17 years of age," the car- dinhl said. Cardinal Mahony also rec- ognized "the moral power of the media" in his pastoral. "Only the human family itself surpasses the visual media in their capacity to communi- cate values, form con- sciences, provide role models and motivate human behav- ior," he said. 'And is it any wonder we seek a dialogue with the en- tertainment industry's film- into what it means to be a human being," he added. "Entertainment without en- richment is superficial and escapist. Enrichment without entertainment is simply dull; it enriches no one." Cardinal Mahony, who joined the U.S. Catholic Con- ference Committee on Com- munications this year, issued a set of "criteria" for watch- ing movies and TV "from a human values perspective." Those criteria, in the form of questions, fall in the areas of characters, conflict, story development, relationships, about a fusion of a man and a woman on every level of their personalities, physical, psy- chological and spiritual." He said that Christian tradi- tion holds that marriage is "the only proper context for sexual intimacy." He said violence is "the coward's way to resolve dis- putes," and non-violence "takes great moral stamina, since it requires more courage to endure suffering than to in- flict it. But it works. It can bring about a genuine reconciliation between adversaries." EWTN to offer coverage of Papal visR The Eternal Word Televi- sion Network's live coverage of the historic papal visit to the Dominican Republic pre- mieres Sunday, Oct. 11, from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Central Time. The first broadcast will pro- vide same-day coverage of the Mass during which Blessed Ezequiel Moreno will be can- onized. EWTN airs two live events on Monday, Oct. 12: Mass celebrated outside the Virgin of High Grace Basilica in the city of Higuey, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Central Time; and the opening ceremony of the Fourth Latin-American Epis- copate, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Central Time. The papal visit to the Do- minican Republic commemo- rates 500 years of evangeliza- tion in the Americas and the Fourth General Conference of the Latin-American bishops. The themes of the conference are the proposals of Pope John Paul II dealing with the promotion of Christian cul- ture and new evangelization. The live broadcasts will be taped and repeated on Oct. 17 and 18 at 9 a.m. Central. ] 422-9242 [ Operated by Michael and Patricia Koch 15 S. Third Avenue Evansville Four Convenient Locations CENTRAL CHAPE- 626 FST v I i i i i i i ii , I University of Southern Indiana Annual NEWMAN ,, LECTURE I tl ! t II k I i tl I h I I 11 Guest Speaker Rev. John Shea will talk on "Stories of Faith" October 29, 1992 7:00 p.m.-- Forum 1 Administration II I I II III I I JIIWI II I