Mothers’ Day

mothersMothering Sunday in England falls on the fourth Sunday in the Christian festival of Lent. 

Find out more on our Mothering Sunday page.

Mothers Day in Norway is the second Sunday in February

Second Sunday in May
Mother’s Day is always the second Sunday in May in the Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Japan, Turkey and United States,
This year Mother’s Day will be celebrated on Sunday May 14, 2006.

May 10
In Bahrain, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Mexico, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Mother’s Day is always celebrated on May 10.

Last Sunday in May
Mother’s Day in France and Sweden

Mother’s Day in Argentina is the Second Sunday in October

Please leave a comment and tell us how you celebrate Mother’s Day

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4 comments for “Mothers’ Day

  1. Linda
    15/09/2013 at 14:07

    Here in Australia, when we go to church on Mothers Day, which is the 2nd Sunday in May (13th next year 2007) we Mums get presented with small handmade items, like flowers or bookmarks. I have a bookmark that has some pretty beads threaded onto a length of plaited embroidery silks.

    Fathers Day is the 1st Sunday in September and small handmade items are given to Dads when they arrive at church too. And because I now live in a country that has palm trees, on Palm Sunday, we are sometimes given small crosses made from palm leaves.

  2. Phuc
    25/09/2013 at 15:06

    In Viet Nam Mother’s Day is always on 8 March. People, from primary pupils to old men, go visit ladies and give flowers to them with best wishes or sometimes woth cakes or special gifts depending on their relationship. In office they organize party for ladies to join in and treat the ladies for their contribution and hard work during the year. Children offer flowers and gifts to their mothers.

  3. Tui
    01/10/2013 at 12:08

    In Thailand, Mother’s Day falls on 12 August of every year as we celebrate our beloved Queen Sirikit’s birth anniversary. It is also a national holiday, and people normally give presents or cards to their mother and some also take her out to a nice meal as a special treat and thanksgiving for her never failing affection and life-long sacrifice. There are also street decorations to celebrate Queen Sirikit’s birthday, and people and official places will put up the national flag to mark the event. The Queen herself will make public appearance and give a special speech to people in the early evening, which is broadcast live to those who are not fortunate enough to attend the ceremony. It’s a very special day all in all, as the significance of motherhood realised in every culture testifies.

  4. Oksi
    12/10/2013 at 16:09

    In Lithuania the Mother’s Day is celebrated on the first Sunday of May

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