Baptism is a Christian sacrament.
Baptism is usually given to babies and may be called christening.
In the case of Adult Baptism - it happens when an adult elects to be a Christian - and is used a a symbol of the washing away of that persons sins.
Baptism of the Holy Spirit is the receiving of the Holy Spirit - this happened in the Upper Room at the feast of Pentecost as told in the Acts of the Apostles.
Baptism of the Holy Spirit is a sacrament in the Catholic Church; it is called confirmation, where the soul is sealed with the Spirit of God. This gives the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit. These are]
- Wisdom (against foolishness)
- Understanding (against shallowness)
- Right judgement (against rashness)
- Courage (against cowardice)
- Knowledge (against ignorance)
- Reverence (against coldness and contempt)
- Wonder and awe in God's presence (against forgetting who God is)
Anyone may seek baptism of the Holy Spirit by way of prayer and fasting, or by attending a Pentecostalist or Charismatic Church.