That speaks volumes!!
Do others know that you are Catholic? Does it show in how you speak? Does it show in how you act toward others? Does it show in other actions?
Or are you only Catholic on Sunday for an hour, or for that matter, in name only?
Our prime mission as Catholics is to go into the world and proclaim the Gospel. We don't have to stand on the street corner screaming out Bible verses to back up our proclamations. We don't need to be Bible scholars -though we do need to read it and join Bible studies to know what it says and have a basic understanding.
What else do we have to do?
We have to smile at people and show our joy.
We need to lend a helping hand to someone in need, whether it's opening a door, bringing a meal, driving someone to Mass, raking an elderly neighbor's leaves.
We need to be willing to pray in public. Do the Sign of the Cross and bless your food in a restaurant. Take a walk and pray a Rosary with your rosary in hand. Join a Marian procession or an Advent tree lighting at your church.
Speak about the Lord and what He had done in your life. Praise Him out loud. Tell someone you'll pray for their needs. Don't complain about anything, even the weather.
We talk about so many things, lots of them unnecessary. How often do we speak of the One who gave us life and a whole lot more.
Have children! That may sound weird but it's a question that often comes up when I tell people we have nine kids. Trust God with this area of your life.
Volunteer at soup kitchens, crisis pregnancy centers, etc. Because it is a part of your life, you're bound to talk about it, and that spreads the Gospel about taking care of the less fortunate.