|Extraordinary Ministers (people who aren’t deacons, priests, or bishops)
may distribute Communion when there is a lack of ordinary ministers
and there is an unduly large number of communicants.
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Can extraordinary ministers give blessings to those who cannot receive Holy Communion?
In short: No.
Fr. Z posted a statement from the Diocese of Madison, explaining the issue.
[Note: the author happened to get a MTS from a highly reputable university.]