Sunday, 26 March was the Fourth Sunday of Lent: Lent-link & Wikipedia-link.
Otherwise, 26 March would have been the festival of Saint Felix of Trier, Bishop (died circa 400): Saint-link & Wikipedia-link.
'Twould also have been the festival of Saint Ludger, Bishop (circa 742-809): Saint-link & Wikipedia-link.
Commentary: Wayback Machine.
'Twould also have been the festival of Blessed Maddalena Caterina Morano, Religious, F.M.A. (1847-1908): Blessed-link & Wikipedia-link.
Scripture of Last Week
The First Book of Samuel, chapter sixteen, verses one(b), six, seven, & ten thru thirteen(a);
Psalm Twenty-three, verses one thru six;
The Letter to the Ephesians, chapter five, verses eight through fourteen;
The Gospel according to John, chapter nine, verses one thru forty-one;
(or, the Gospel according to John, chapter nine, verses one, six thru nine, thirteen thru seventeen, & thirty-four thru thirty-eight).
Commentary: Lenten Gospel reflections: Franciscan Media & Word on Fire.
Mass Journal: Week 13
Reflection by Matthew Kelly, founder of the Dynamic Catholic Institute:
God created us with legitimate needs. We all have legitimate physical, emotional, intellectual, & spiritual needs. The most basic understanding of these legitimate needs comes from considering our relationship to food, water, & oxygen. To eat & drink are legitimate needs. If you don't eat & drink, you will die. If you don't breathe, you will die even faster. God gave us these needs for a reason. When we hear them calling to us, we hear the voice of God.