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If you honestly believe that you cannot be happy with someone of a different religion, then break up with her and date someone who shares your beliefs.
I personally find that loving someone of a different belief path has led to more enlightening conversations and a strong and engaging relationship, because they constantly challenge my ways of thinking while supporting my choices. I'm a non-Catholic married to a Catholic and was going to say the same thing, but you've done it far better than I could.
Someone below mentions LIVING your Faith which is spot on.
You need to live your Faith daily and have it be a testament to your beliefs.
It's tough deciding what to teach the kids when they get older.
Remember that when you're with someone, you're with them for who they are now and not who want them to be in the future.It's definitely easier marrying someone who shares your faith and there will be times where you will feel troubled being the only believer.Also, from personal experience here, preaching at her won't help a thing.Is the Catholic Church not the church of Jesus Christ, in whom we find everlasting life? Then he added, “Let all the brothers, however, preach by their deeds."Edit: Cited source of Quote. As you say, dwell in the Holy Spirit yourself, and hope that she will be compelled to follow.Remember that the best testament is a life well lived. Let me tell you one of the best things I've ever heard: "You can't arm wrestle someone to Jesus." It's true, and I don't try to convince anybody (actively at least).