Cradle catholic is someone born and raised in the faith.
I think that the minimun daily requirement for practicing our faith is the precepts as mentioned. I also think that is goes further than that in the way we live out our lives outside of the sacraments and observances.
Being a cradle catholic we lived our faith in the home as we grew up. We were expected to be charitable to others and trying to grow in virtue. We didn’t talk about the faith in my home to much as a child much but we knew why we did what we did. We were taught to help all people in need (spiritually, physically and emotionally). We were taught to respect others religious beliefs along with their property. The little things that make life a christian life. Nothing big. I never have understood why people say that it is hard to be catholic. The rules aren’t any more difficult than we make them. Practicing the catholic faith is what I call freedom and happiness.
Maybe a better way to put this is how do we become holy as a practicing catholic?
I do more than the minimum but I surely have along ways to go to becoming holy. I do keep trying.