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For The Orthodox Paschal Trikirion, see Paschal trikirion.
The triple candlestick is a church ornament that was used only in the office of Holy Saturday in the Tridentine Mass. It was replaced by the Paschal Candle by Pope Pius XII in his revision of the Palm Sunday and Easter Triduum liturgy.
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