[quote="John_Lilburne, post:2, topic:336779"]
From the 2004 Instructiion Redemptionis Sacramentum, at vatican.va/roman_curia/congregations/ccdds/documents/rc_con_ccdds_doc_20040423_redemptionis-sacramentum_en.html :
"[166.] Likewise, especially if Holy Communion is distributed during such celebrations, the diocesan Bishop, to whose exclusive competence this matter pertains, must not easily grant permission for such celebrations to be held on weekdays, especially in places where it was possible or would be possible to have the celebration of Mass on the preceding or the following Sunday. Priests are therefore earnestly requested to celebrate Mass daily for the people in one of the churches entrusted to their care."
Obviously "must not easily grant permission" does not mean "must never grant permission".
This is referring to a Communion service with a lay minister distributing Communion.
The official liturgical book is Holy Communion and the Worship of the Eucharist Outside of Mass. It has:
"16. Communion may be given outside Mass on any day and at any hour." It then has restrictions for Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday.
This book has:
"17. It belongs first of all to the priest and the deacon to minister holy communion to the faithful who ask to receive it. ...
It also belongs to an acolyte who has been properly instituted to give communion as a special minister ...
The local Ordinary may give other special ministers the faculty to give communion whenever it seems necessary for the pastoral benefit of the faithful and no priest, deacon, or acolyte is available."
The parish has regular Mass every Sunday.
There is no obligation to receive Holy Communion other than the annual Easter Duty.
These services could be held but there's no need for Holy Comminion.