Stephen of Liège
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He was an abbot of Lobbes and canon of Metz Cathedral. His In Festi Sanctisissimae Trinitatis, an office for the feast of the Trinity, is available as a recording. The celebration of the Feast of the Holy Trinity is attributed to him.
- A. Auda, L'école musicale liégeoise au Xe siècle: Etienne de Liège (Brussels, 1922)
- The Menologies (P.L., CLI, 1020), written during the pontificate of Gregory VII (Nilles, II, 460), call the Sunday after Pentecost a Dominica vacans, with no special Office, but add that in some places they recited the Office of the Holy Trinity composed by Bishop Stephen of Liège (903–20);Catholic Encyclopedia.
- Wilhelm Kohl (1995). "Stephan (von Tongern, Étienne de Liège), Bischof von Lüttich". In Bautz, Traugott. Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL) (in German). 10. Herzberg: Bautz. cols. 1395–1397. ISBN 3-88309-062-X.