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Sister Dolora Taylor is the 'heart and history' of Immaculate Conception School

Sister Dolora Taylor is the 'heart and history' of Immaculate Conception School

"I love that little nun."

That's how Immaculate Conception School principal Madeline Meaney describes her affection for Sister Dolora Taylor, of the Sisters of St. Francis Philadelphia. Taylor, who is 84 years old and four-feet ten-inches tall, recently celebrated her 20th year working as a record keeper at the Catholic school in downtown Towson.

Meaney calls Taylor — who at one point lived on the Immaculate Conception campus in a convent — the "heart and history" of the school, which serves children in prekindergarten through middle school. One parent of a student at the school said the sister helps children understand the concept of faith.

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