Vaya con Dios is a 2002 German comedy film directed by Zoltan Spirandelli, and takes the form of a road film.
The story follows the journey of three monks of the (fictional) Cantorianer Order of monks, who have until recently lived in an ancient Abbey in Brandenburg. The Cantorianer speak Latin, and maintain a religious life, in which hierarchy plays a minor role, and believe that the Holy Spirit is revealed in music, particularly in the vocals. Because of this heretical doctrine, the Cantorianer have been persecuted by the Roman Catholic Church since 1693. Today only two monasteries survive Brandenburg and the mother monastery Montecerboli in Italy.