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Originally posted by leo:
Originally posted by Nick Tamen:
Originally posted by Angloid:
Although if the priest censes the altar and the elements s/he ought also (theo)logically to cense the people too rather than delegate it to a subordinate.

That is what I’ve typically seen—the thurible being handed to the priest (or bishop), who censes the altar, elements and congregation.
Deacon's job.
But if no deacon is present, I think at least in the RC Ordinary Form, an altar server (or acolyte) should cense the presiding celebrant and congregation after the presiding celebrant has censed the altar at the offertory. This is what I think I remember to have always seen. Is this correct?
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