"From watching the universalist theology TV show Lost, you would think so. You would also think so it you make a worst mistake of getting your theology from an atheist"—which is indeed, where this particular issue arose.
I realize that there are a lot of issues surrounding baptism and also that some Protestant denominations practice infant baptism. Yet, foregoing a long discussion on the various modes of baptism (immersion, sprinkling, etc.) let us differentiate Roman Catholic baptism, in particular, and Biblical baptism, not in how the water is applied but when and upon whom.
Typically, Roman Catholic parents will have their infant baptized as soon after birth as possible therefore, making it impossible for the baptized baby to accept or deny any Christian doctrines or Roman Catholic dogmas.
Unable to make a positive case for their positions and continuing to demonstrated their inability to base their atheism on anything but opposition to God (almost exclusively the one of the Bible) and religion (almost exclusively Christianity) atheists worldwide; from the UK, Italy, Argentina and the USA are de-baptizing.1