• Chronicle. The last bohemian of Las Ventas: "I have never gone home after the bulls"
  • There are no alamares.The vices of bullfighting: why does Ureña leave Garzón?

With the habit and the cassock, Luis Fernando, the priest of Aliseda, a town of Cáceres with less than 2,000 inhabitants, came out on the shoulders of the Partido de Resina ranching . "I did not pray much, I jumped into the pool. I was excited to live an experience and an art that I consider mine with something that is part of my identity. I am a priest and so I went out to fight," he explains. Natural de Coria, "the population with more fondness for the bulls of Extremadura", was always fond of. "I liked to fight. Other priests do sports, practice photography or paint. Well, I fight. " The photographs of his feat in the mythical Pablo Romero have caused "laughter" in his parish

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