Nice work if you can get it. The Vatican it seems has a travel office. It makes sense when you think that it is place that puts a lot of people on the road, many of them pilgrims. And that's just what the travel office calls itself - Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi. The office, which means Office of Roman Pilgrimages, just launched a website its calls Journeys of the Spirit, a portal that provides package tours to religious sites. (Our Lady of Fatima, three days, two nights, many miracles, double occupancy?) JOSP chose Sabre's Travelocity for white label packages, meaning that the end user never knows that it's Sabre or anyone else doing the heavy lifting. The site comes in several languages and is actually a way into some very cheap deals..
The question though is this: plenty of other tour organisers have websites
that specialise in pilgrimges and the like. Will Journeys of the Spirit exercise undue influence?