Mother’s Day is a holiday that honors moms, whether they be biological or adoptive, as well as motherhood, maternal relationships, and the impact that mothers have on society. In various regions of the world, the holiday is observed on a different day, most frequently occurring in the months of March or May.
In Ireland, Mother’s Day is traditionally celebrated on the fourth Sunday of Lent, which comes somewhere at the end of March. On Sunday, March 27, 2018, Mother’s Day will be celebrated in Ireland as well as in the United Kingdom. However, Mother’s Day is a widespread celebration that is observed on various dates across the world. This year, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United States of America, and many regions in Europe will honor mothers on the eighth of May.
How to celebrate Mother’s Day, a day honoring all mothers
The affection and thankfulness that we have for our moms and grandmothers is something that we experience on a daily basis. However, it should not come as a surprise that the practice of designating a certain day as a holiday has become widespread. On Mother’s Day, we are able to show our mothers our love and thanks by showering them with cards, flowers, and gifts such as motherhood jewelry. We can also let them know how much we appreciate everything that they do for us.
How do you wish a Happy Mother’s Day in the Irish language?
On this Mother’s Day, also known as Lá Fhéile an Mháthair, why not send your mother, or mum an Irish greeting? Lá na Máithreacha Sona duit, which may be pronounced “Law na Maw-her-aka Sun-a ditch,” translates to “Happy Mother’s Day.”
What is the word for mother in Celtic?
Mother’s Day in Ireland’s Religious Origins
In modern Ireland, Mother’s Day is celebrated as a day to honor all mothers. However, like many other Irish holidays, Mother’s Day has its roots in religious practice. People in Ireland and the United Kingdom used to go to their “mother” church on Mothering Sunday. This may be the church where they were baptized or the nearby cathedral, which served as the “mother church” for all of the parishes. Mothering Sunday was celebrated on the second Sunday in May. The employees celebrate the holiday with their families by traveling back to their hometowns. And as time went on and the holiday saw a renaissance in the 20th century, it evolved into a celebration of families and, in particular, mothers, giving rise to the current holiday that we know as Mother’s Day.
Mother’s Day Gifts
So as Mother’s Day approaches you’ve decided that in addition to your traditional Gaelic Mother’s Day greetings, you’d want to send your mother a unique Irish gift for Mothers this year. Our Family Birthstone Necklace, Mother’s Claddagh, and Celtic Mother’s Knot collections are all customer favorites for Mother’s Day presents that she will remember forever. Each piece in these collections has a birthstone, a mother’s Claddagh, or a Celtic mother’s knot.
Whether she is a new mother who is just learning the ropes of motherhood, someone who dotes on her children or grandchildren with pride, a cornerstone of the family, or a modern-day Queen, mothers are the true champions of the family.
Mother’s Day Gifts for a New Mother
Our Birthstone Claddagh jewelry is one of the most well-liked options for Mother’s Day presents among our customers. We believe that someone who is celebrating their first Mother’s Day would look lovely wearing our Celtic Mother’s Knot Necklace. The unbreakable bond that exists between a mother and her child, as well as their same religious beliefs and Celtic lineage, are all represented by the Celtic Mothers Knot, which features a Celtic trinity knot as its centerpiece.
For the Loving Mother or Grandmother
And for a loving mother or grandmother, our stunning Claddagh Family Birthstone Necklace may be customized with the birthstones of her children or grandkids to create a one-of-a-kind keepsake that is uniquely hers. It is a sign of undying love for one’s family as well as friendship and loyalty. This gorgeous design may accommodate anywhere from one to six birthstones. The Claddagh Family Birthstone Necklace that is shown has been customized with birthstones for the months of May, July, and September.
Dedicated to a Mother from her Child
The Mothers Claddagh is an understated stylized mother-child embrace representing the Madonna and child. A traditional Irish Claddagh, it symbolizes the relationship between a woman, her child, religion, and Irish history. Mothers love infinitely. She calmly watches her children pursue their ambitions. She watches them fly and catches them. She’s not flawless, but she’s always there. A loving mother. The Irish Jewelry Company exclusively sells Mothers Claddagh Jewelry.