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FEBRUARY 5, 1988ARKANSAS CATHOLIC PAGE 5 Charlie Martin 's new album is titled "No- Like the Sun." On the back cover, he describes how he came to write each song. He particularly stresses the impact of being part of the Amnesty Tour 1986, when he and fellow pop musicians toured the world to support victims of political torture and imprisonment. On this album is his current hit single, "We'll Be Together." The song may be influenced by his ex- perience with the 1986 tour, for the album cover shows Sting looking over a barbed wire fence. Whatever the promptings behind the song, it speaks of a deep desire to be with someone you love. Separation from loved ones occurs not only in countries encountering political turmoil. For example, di- vorce often breaks apart families and keeps children from living with both parents. Romantic relationships can face the stress of distance when indi- viduals go to different colleges or apart because of job oppor- tunities. Any such separations test love. Prolonged absences hurt relation- ships, for love needs frequent nur- turing if it is to thrive. If you find distance threatening your relationship, there are steps you can take. First, be aware that dis- tance can be a problem. Too often, individuals assume that their love can withstand anything. Such idealism might make good material for romantic novels, but this attitude is naive when handling the stress placed on love by separation. People need to find specific ways to bridge the distance. Frequent let- ters that focus on one's fee! can help sustain emotional mumacy. Also, praying for each other strengthens the spiritual bond be- tween two people. And when it can be worked out, visiting each other becomes a top priority. There are ways of being together even when a couple face separation. Avoid taking love and the relation- ships that matter to you for granted by making special efforts to foster I . emotional togetherness. Recorded and written by Stmg (Your comm ts are welcome al- Copyright (c) 1987, A and M Records .: cusToM D'PRINTING | I I ur ,soo sq.n I " i. ......I D & t i I 1310 N.Huohs-$159,9{)0,4IxL I :I yUUCED jdrll'OR YOU-R-NEEDS I 2 1/2 balhs, all Ixick, i I & Pike Avenue - NLR I JAN NESCOMPANY REAL ESTATE ] I ASCANIO (JOHNNY) FORTE, 65, Route 14, Box 291A, Texarkana, died January 22, 1988; wife: Hilda Olive; step-son: Donal E. Butts, Homer, LA; brother: Itala, Texar- kana; 3 nephews; 1 niece. FRANK J. MEYER, JR., 69, of 6004 Tammy Lane, North Little Rock, died January 26, 1988; wife: Betty; daughters: Shannon Meyers, Patti Eskola; step-daughters: Sheila Crine, Linda Jacobs; step-son: Charles Stewart; 2 brothers; 2 sisters: 5 grandchildren. GEORGE LYMAN PARKS, 46, Corning, died January 12, 1988; wife: Karen; son: Steven; daughters: Monica, Melanie and Marcy, all of Corning. MARY K. BROWN, 32, Hot Springs, died January 26, 1988; hus- band: Michael A.; sons: Christopher and Eric, both of Hot Springs; par- ents: Jeff and Mary Agnes Gilbert, Albuquerque, NM; brothers: Jack Gilbert, Keller, TX; Donald and Michael Gilbert, both of Wichita Falls, TX; Gary Gilbert, San An- tonio, TX; Carl Gilbert, El Paso, TX; sisters: Ruth Scanlon and Rose Poit- ras, both of Albuquerque, NM; mat- ways. Please address them to Char- lie Martin, 1218 South Rotherwood Avenue, Evansville, IN 47714.) (Copyright (c) 1988 by NC News Service)" ernal grandmother, Catherine Cas- ter, Dallas, TX. MAXINE S. KECK, 80, Hot Springs, died January 26, 1988; sons: David H. and Donald E., both of Hot Springs; brother: Garnett Hamp Smith, Hot Springs; sister: Ann Odette Graves, Hot Springs; 4 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchil- dren; several nieces and nephews. FRANK J. MYTNIK, 76, Moun- tain Home, died January 23, 1988; wife: Catherine: brother: Mitchell, South Holland, IL; sisters: Maryann Ernst, Mountain Home; Alice Strode, Lockport, IL; several nieces and nephews. JOHN BAPTISTA PIERONI, 82, Lake Village, died January 16, 1988; wife: Theresa; sons: Joe and Alex, both of Lake Village; daughter: Catherine Pieroni, Bakersfield, CA; sisters: Mary and Stella Aureli, both of Pine Bluff; brother: Augustine, Lake Village; 11 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. HELEN B. TURRISE, 77, Moun- tain Home, died January 21, 1988; husband: Joseph A.; brother: Walter Psyk, Cicero, IL. HARRY AUGUSTUS AN- DREWS, 77, of 1691 North Shackel- ford Road, died January 17, 1988; wife: ' May Yaeger Andrews; daughters: Vickey Royer, State Col- lege, PA; Sister Virginia Andrews, St. Louis, MO; 4 grandchildren. The Bible for Today's Catholic A Seminar on Sacred Scripture Purpose To give Catholics an opportunity to deepen their understanding of the bible and to increase their appreciation of the place of God's Word in their lives. Topics "How the Bible Came to Be " "How to Understand the Bible" "Luke and Acts, A Guide for our Spiritual Journey" "Luke and Acts, The Spiritual Journey of Peter and Paul" Speakers Rev.Stephen Binz, Rev. Richard Davis, Deacon Sam Hilburn, Rev. David Jacobs, Rev. Richard Oswald, Catherine Upchurch Time 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM D.,.., February 13 Little Rock StJohn's Center at~ 20 Subiaco New Subiaco Abbey Location 27 Pocahontas St.Paul s Parish . March 5 Springdale St.Raphaers Parish Fee $3.00 ( includes light lunch ) Registration Deadline-one week before seminar date: February 8 for Little Rock, February 15 for Subiaco. February 22 for Pocahontas, February 29 for Springdale. REGISTRATION FORM Name Address ................................................. City / ...... .......... - Parish Chrde location of workshop you will attend: Little Rock Sublaco Pocahontas Sprinsdale Pro-registration is required. Registration fee, which includes a light hmch will be collected at door. 664-0340 or 664-6102