The phrase 'respect, honor and loyalty' translates into Latin as 'quantum ad gloriam, et in fide.'
Due to the differing construction of Latin to English, the seperate words 'respect', 'honor' and 'loyalty' do not directly translate into the Latin phrase. The words change and take on a slightly different meaning when placed together in such a phrase.
Each Word Translated Separately:
Respect - Secundum
Honour - Honor
Loyalty - Fidem
and - et
The comma in the English phrase creates the word 'quid' in the Latin.
If you're interested in Latin, there are a number of YouTube courses you can follow. Here's one I found very interesting: