A liturgical object consisting of a bowl suspended from three chains. On the bowl is a lid that is also hanging on a chain. In the bowl, grains of incense are placed on glowing coals, so that they begin to smell. By swinging the censer, the fire is stirred up and the incense fragrance can spread further. The censer is used to honour certain people (the In the Roman Catholic Church, the priest is an unmarried man ordained as a priest by the bishop, which gives him the right to administer the six other sacraments: baptism, confirmation, confession, Eucharist, marriage, and the anointing of the sick., the Priest in charge of a diocese. See also 'archbishop'., the faithful, etc.) or certain objects (a cross, the Bible, the The consecrated host, in which the presence of Jesus Christ is acknowledged. A synonym is 'the Venerable'. In larger churches a chapel is dedicated to it, usually on the south side of the church., etc.).