As Al Kresta said on the radio recently, the notion of a single "Reformation" should be retired. (Just like the myth of "THE Inquisition," I might add.) These are myths that have long been debunked and hold no water. There were numerous self-identified "reformers" with quite differing ideas, and also a Catholic reformation (sometimes called the "counter-reformation"). What all the non-Catholic "reformations" had in common is their uniting theme of anti-Catholicism. Much of what they taught as the "Gospel" is not significantly different from what Holy Mother Church always taught, and that is where we share a common baptism and faith in the common Lord and Savior who is our only hope in life and in death. Where "reformations" become "deformation" always lies in close proximity to their anti-Catholicism.
St. John, the Evangelist, Chapter 17. The High Priestly prayer of Jesus that His disciples might all be "one."