Holy Saturday is a day of waiting, prayer and fasting. Symbolically, Christians wait at the tomb in which Jesus was buried, meditating on his Passion and Death and anticipating resurrection. Mass is not celebrated on Holy Saturday. Candles remain extinguished and altars remain bare. In Roman Catholic tradition, the lamp or candle denoting the Presence of Christ is put out, and remaining Eucharistic Hosts consecrated on Maundy Thursday are kept elsewhere. The traditional celebration of Easter then begins after sundown on Saturday, which is Easter Sunday, liturgically. The Easter Triduum signifies that in the darkness of Friday’s suffering and Saturday’s waiting, the church anticipates the coming of Sunday’s light.