5 interesting facts about Mother's Day


Taking place annually on the second Sunday of May, Mother's Day has been an observed national holiday since the early 20th century.

Here are some interesting facts about the day set aside to honor mothers, such as the variance in national observances, the connection to Lent, and the founder's eventual contempt for it.

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