Meaning of Holy Spirit
What is the holy spirit:
Holy Spirit is the third person of the Holy Trinity of Christianity. The Holy Spirit is a different person from the Father and the Son (first and second person of the Holy Trinity) but possesses with them the same divine nature and essence.
The Holy Spirit derives from Latin Sanctus Spirits which refers to the divine grace that is revealed to enter into communion with believers in order to contact Christ or God, in other words, the Holy Spirit is the one who awakens the Christian faith.
See also Christianity
The Holy Spirit is synonymous with Divine Grace, Spirit and Paraclete. In the Gospel of Saint John it is stated that Prácleitus will stay with the disciples after Jesus is no longer visible. Práclito comes from the Greek parakletos which means "he who is invoked" and from Latin console which means consolation and is characterized by: defending from punishment, saving from danger and delivering eternal salvation.
For Christians, the birth of their church is marked precisely with the descent of the Holy Spirit on the disciples of Jesus after his crucifixion and resurrection called Pentecost.
See also Pentecost
The Holy Spirit proceeds from the expiration (breath, breath) of the Father and the Son together as a single principle.