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Why is Mother's Day different in UK and US?

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Mother's Day in the UK is always held on the fourth Sunday of Lent, because this was Christians would visit their ' mother church', which is also why we often refer to it as Mothering Sunday. Other countries like the US specifically refer to the day as Mother's Day and theirs wasn't founded through religion.
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Mother's Day: Why is the holiday celebrated on different days in UK, US and Australia?