Mr Wright is a good author and Catholic. He knows his catechism. His post should be read in its entirety, but it would not work in New Zealand.
What of the other deadly sins? Why have they no month?John C. Wright.
Let me suggest: February for Lust, as this is when St Valentine’s Day falls. November is the month for Gluttony, encouraged by Thanksgiving Day feasts. December is Greed, as seen in the commerce of gift-giving and the avarice of children at Yuletide. August is Sloth, as the dog days of late summer are lazy days. September is when Labor Day falls, and this is a holidy to celebrate all things Socialist, and Social is merely weaponized envy. For Wrath, we need a properly warlike holiday, so I suggest Independence Day, which calls in July.
And June is Pride Month, of course.
For England, November is for wrath, which is when Guy Fawkes Day falls, and Gluttony can be moved to April, which is where the Feast of Saint George is found.
In the Antipodes, February would still be for Lust, April for Wrath, because that is when ANZAC day is, December for Gluttony (Christmas, we don’t have Thanksgiving). That leaves July for Greed (Tax Refunds), and February for Sloth, because it is short, and has Waitangi day. We don’t do May Day here. Labour Day is in October, so that will suffice for Envy. And June remains Pride month.