3 Different types of baptism in the Catholic Church
1. BAPTISM OF WATER
The “ordinary” type of baptism is the one we are all most familiar with.
2. BAPTISM OF DESIRE
The most obvious example of this desire is when a person is on the road to baptism but is unable to finish it.
3. BAPTISM OF BLOOD
After baptism of water, this type of baptism is the most obvious. Basically, it is when an unbaptized person dies for the Christian faith.