Holy Saturday gains lesser significance while compared to Good Friday and Easter Sunday because the Friday and Sunday attract the bulk of attention. This is the result of our failure to see the significance of Holy Saturday. In fact, it marks the terror and abandonment of Good Friday and the impossible new reality of Easter Sunday. So, it is between the two extremes of cross and resurrection.
Ironically, Holy Saturday is the time of waiting period in which Jesus Christ lay in the tomb, and is a necessary bridge between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. So, on Holy Saturday we hold our breath waiting for more light and ray of hope to appear while simultaneously, we mourn the death of Jesus Christ on the cross. Even after two thousand years after crucification, this hope and wait still persists and hence, Holy Saturday is no less important. Let us read these quotes on Holy Saturday which reassures that good will win over the evil.