Mother's Day, wherever

Steven Schaufele fcosw5 at MAIL.SCU.EDU.TW
Mon May 9 08:50:48 UTC 2005


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Give it up, gang.  Mother's Day is observed almost everywhere on the Second Sunday of May, just like in America.  As far as i know, the only place in the civilized world where any other date is used is in some places in Europe where the Fourth Sunday in Lent is still observed as `Mothering Sunday'.

Best,
Steven

Steven Schaufele, Ph.D.
English Dept., Soochow University
Taipei, Taiwan
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