There were clergymen named Henry Pratt living in England at this time—but I haven't found anything to suggest they were the same person as Pratt-60.
This is who I found:
1. Henry Pratt from Northamptonshire; educated at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; ordained as deacon and priest, 14 Jan 1594-5. See Alumni Cantabrigienses, early series, volume 3, page 391.
2. Henry Pratt of Northamptonshire; educated at the English College, Douai, in France; ordained as a Catholic priest on 18 Feb 1606. See The Douay College Diaries, page 345. It looks like he served in the underground Catholic mission in England—this was a dangerous period for Catholic missionaries in England. As a Catholic priest, he couldn't have married.
There was also a Henry Pratt educated at Trinity and Caius Colleges, Cambridge, but there is no record of him being ordained as a priest. He was born about 1570 and was the son of Henry Pratt, gentleman, of Weldon, Northamptonshire. He became a junior fellow of Caius College in 1592, was Greek lecturer in 1596 and in 1604 petitioned the King to be elected a senior fellow but was not elected. See Biographical history of Gonville and Caius college, page 131; Alumni Cantabrigienses, early series, volume 3, page 391.