Mothering Sunday


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Mothering Sunday

(ˈmʌðərɪŋ)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) See Mother's Day
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Mothering Sunday

n˜ Muttertag m
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Mothering Sunday

[ˈmʌðərɪŋˌsʌndɪ] n (Brit) → la festa della mamma
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MOTHERING Sunday is a day of celebration, commemoration and family gatherings.
TO celebrate Mothering Sunday on March 2, the South Wales Echo has teamed up with Brace's Bakery to help one lucky mum embrace a fresh new look - worth more than pounds 400.
English Heritage is inviting hard-working mothers to enjoy the free 15-minute treatment at Tynemouth Priory on Mothering Sunday, March 18.
In honour of Mothering Sunday, Together presents a night of DJs, live music, good fun and, of course, some dressing up.
Since that time, the Mothering Sunday tradition has been warmly embraced as a part of our festive calendar.
Simply answer the following question - when is Mothering Sunday this year?
Sunday next will be Mothering Sunday, when we give thanks for our own mothers, Mary, the mother of Jesus, and 'Mother Church'.
How many mums will get scentless roses for Mothering Sunday from halfway across the globe?
| Family communion for Mothering Sunday at St George''s Church was celebrated by the Rev Jenny Barnes, who invited Elinor and Louis for a mother and son gameshow.
In later times, Mothering Sunday became a day when domestic servants were given a day off to visit church with their own mothers.
This Mothering Sunday, we give thanks for mothers, who, week by week, diligently nurture their children often in times of hardship, disability or illness.