Early motherhood celebrations date back to ancient times, but the modern American holiday gained popularity thanks to the help of Anna Jarvis.
Whether you are seeing your mom in person or socially distancing due to the pandemic, Mother's Day 2021 doesn’t need to involve huge crowds.
Traditionally on Mother's Day in the United States, flowers are being delivered and online orders are being placed as people scramble to get last-minute gifts to show mom how much they love her.
“The pandemic is still spreading, while the social and economic crisis remains severe, especially for the poor. Nevertheless — and this is scandalous — armed conflicts have not ended, and military arsenals are being strengthened,'' Francis said, sounding angry. “That is today's scandal.”
Christianity’s most joyous feast day is being celebrated worldwide with faithful sitting far apart in pews and singing choruses of “Hallelujah” through face coverings for the second Easter Sunday.
An Iraqi man was filmed carrying a wood cross through a small village in northern Iraq, one of many observances held to commemorate the Christian holiday of Good Friday.
Health experts are worried about people gathering to celebrate Easter as more contagious variants of the coronavirus continue to spread.
Parts of the U.S. saw snow on the first day of April, while forecasters said record-breaking temperatures were expected across the Midwest, South and up to the Northeast over the next few days.
Many brands opted into the trickery on April Fools’ Day 2021. Here’s a roundup of some of the best shenanigans.
Bunnies, chicks and ducklings may seem like a cute surprise for the kids on Easter, but after the holiday is over, many of the animals end up abandoned as the novelty wears off. Now, a local rescue group is urging people to think twice about the popular gift idea.
The coronavirus pandemic will affect Passover again. But some families say vaccinations could make this year's celebration better and safer.
Masbia executive director Alexander Rappaport said families who are food insecure deserve to be able to properly celebrate the Jewish holidays.
New York City's world-famous St. Patrick's Day Parade was canceled once again. And the holiday usually means big business for the city's bars and pubs, especially those with an Irish theme and Irish American history.
In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, the White House featured a display of green water in the fountains on the north and south lawns. Meanwhile, Irish dancers lined up to perform in front of Ireland’s embassy to mark the holiday.
World leaders were seeing green as they wished Ireland a happy St. Patrick’s Day.
McDonald’s said the green mint-flavored drinks will be available while supplies last, which could possibly be through the weekend.
It turns out, St. Augustine was the first U.S. city to hold a St. Patrick's Day parade -- back in 1601.
From folksy Irish tales to action-packed movies, Tubi has got you covered this St. Patrick’s Day with hundreds of Irish-themed titles.
This coming Wednesday is St. Patrick's Day and while the celebrations may look a little different due to the coronavirus, one neighborhood in the Bronx didn't let that deter them.
The Chicago River is green after all.