The pink rosary is a rosary of any material of pink color that is prayed according to the traditional method of the 15 mysteries or a third with the 5 mysteries that one prefers.
In any case, it is always advised to pray the rosary with all 15 mysteries as possible, being after the mass the most powerful weapon against all evil and can be prayed by everyone at any time.
By praying this rosary we remember in a special way all the dead of the LGBT + community of all time.
Why is it important to pray it? Very often, especially in the past, LGBT + people had had to leave the family, or they did not have children or other people who could pray for their souls. In this way we help the purification of all these souls who wait impatiently for our prayers.
Pink was chosen because it was often associated with gays, just think of the tragedy of the pink triangle in the concentration camps during the Second World War.
Not everyone knows that the liberation of the camps were freed, except for gays because doing homosexual acts was a crime all over Europe. Unrestrained injustice and shame. They were interned in prisons for condemnation of homosexuality.
The biblical meaning of pink color and health is spiritual and physical healing. While the meaning of the rose, understood as a flower, is confidentiality, it can be found on some historical confessionals.
In case you do not have a rosary of available pink material any other catholic rosary can be used keeping the intention for the dead of the whole LGBT + community of all time.
As we know from the wisdom of the church to pray for the souls of the dead is good. Souls can repay the favor towards us. Those who forget to pray for the purification of souls will in turn be forgotten.
For the Eastern Christians the Rosary can be replaced with the komboskini and the prayer of the heart, recited at least 150 times, as the number of psalms.
The traditional Rosary contains 150 Aves that replace the prayer of the psalms. Pope John Paul II added 5 mysteries, which are optional.