From a reader, edited:
Last night I was scandalised, apart from the usual "inclusive" language that the Priest used throughout, he asked, after the Priests Communion (normally the EMHC’s are crawling over each other by now) whether there was a "Eucharistic Minister" available – no takers ! Lo and behold he then declared "the chalice will be there (pointing to the Altar) feel free"
This would be considered "self-communication" and it is strictly forbidden.
If he is doing this regularly, the diocesan bishop and/or the Congregation for Divine Worship should be informed.
In Redemptionis Sacramentum you read:
94. It is not licit for the faithful “to take . . . by themselves . . . and, still less, to hand . . . from one to another” the sacred host or the sacred chalice. Moreover, in this regard, the abuse is to be set aside whereby spouses administer Holy Communion to each other at a Nuptial Mass.
Cf. Missale Romanum, Institutio Generalis, n. 160.