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The Very Rev. Harry H. Pritchett

The Very Reverend Harry H. Pritchett, Jr. is currently the Pastoral Associate to the Dean of the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, GA. He was also the eighth dean of the cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City, from which he retired in 2001.

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The Very Reverend Harry H. Pritchett, Jr. is currently the Pastoral Associate to the Dean of the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, GA. He was also the eighth dean of the cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City, from which he retired in 2001.

Before assuming that position, he was rector for 16 years of All Saints' Church, a lively and diverse parish in downtown Atlanta.

Dean Pritchett has preached and led conferences, retreats and consultations for clergy and laity throughout the U.S. and in Europe.

He has contributed to several books, primarily in the area of parish development and theological reflection. He is the author of God is a Surprise, a children's songbook, as well as Morning Run: Sabbatical Reflections on the Church and the City. He has contributed various articles and/or sermons to national journals and periodicals of many denominations, and is the originator of the frequently published, "The Story of Phillip."

Formerly Archdeacon of the Diocese of Alabama, Dean Pritchett has served parishes in the Diocese of Alabama, and was on the faculty of the Graduate School of Theology, Sewanee, Tennessee.


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The Very Rev. Harry H. Pritchett

Another Way Home

Matthew 2:1-12

January 07, 1996

The Very Rev. Harry H. Pritchett, Jr. (TEC)

Did you ever think about what happened to the Wise Men when they went back home? Did they live happily ever after? Were their lives changed?

After the shimmering splendor of the star's light and the wonder and mystery of having now, at last, peered into the center of their hearts' desire ... after all that, did it make a difference back home on the mundane Monday morning of taking out the garbage, and changing the diapers, and balancing the checkbook, and paying the bills, and attending the meetings, and driving the carpools, and figuring out the taxes, and calling on the clients, and getting their teeth filled, and planning the birthday party, and all the thousand and one things that it takes to live?

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