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Building Hope and Confidence in Church Communities, focussing on Young Families The aim of the competition is that each Mothers’ Union Branch will hold an event for young families in their parish/community which will strengthen relationships and promote Mothers’ Union. The date of this event has been extended and should be submitted to the Diocesan
The Mothers' Union in Ireland is speaking up for victims of domestic abuse. Join us at our 'Souls of Our Shoes' exhibition that features shoes that seek to tell stories on behalf of abused victims.
Christmas is the busiest time of year in women's refuge centres. Many of those who seek help there arrive with nothing. You can help!
Abuse can come in many forms. It is important to understand exactly what is abuse? It is any form of violence or abuse that is directed at another person.
Are you affected by violence and abuse? Do you know someone who is affected by violence and abuse? There are people that can help and support. Find out more...
Our 16 days of activism takes place from 25th November - 10th December. The Mothers' Union is dedicated to supporting those affected by violence and abuse. 16 Days of Activism: 25th November – 10th December Lord Jesus, we pray for all to follow your example of treating men, women and children with equality and respect.
Some of the ladies from Derry and Raphoe settling down in anticipation of a great afternoon at the Big Sing. They were not disappointed, it was a wonderful, uplifting and inspiring event in a beautiful venue.
The proud ladies of Clondevaddock Mothers’ Union with their new banner, on its first outing at the Area service in Raphoe Cathedral, Donegal
The latest version of the Irish Spin for 2018 is now available online. Click here to download the Irish Spin, February 2018. Click here to download the Irish Spin, February 2018