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The readings for category 4 saints days and lesser festivals are simply those for that day of the week in relation to the previous Sunday rather than specifically for that minor saint/festival. For example, the readings given for Ambrose of Milan (Friday 7 December) are those for the Friday of Advent 1.
In other words, I've used only readings from The Lectionary and the Readings for Festivals, and not those from elsewhere or from the Readings for Special Occasions or Common Readings for Saints Days.
Where possible I have always translated (moved) the festival of a saint, if it coincides with a higher-category feast, to the next available date. When this is not possible, due to no available day, that feast day will be omited for the year.